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  • WOA!

    The technology behind lab-cultured meat products is rapidly advancing. When we start seeing these kinds of products being sold right alongside their traditionally farmed cousins, we should look more at the contentious topic of the impact livestock farming has on the environment.

  • Is Meat Bad for You, Really? | Small Footprint Family

    Animal products like eggs, dairy, and meat have been blamed for cancer, heart disease and a host of other health problems. So is meat bad for you, really?

  • IFE 2017 - Exhibitor List

    IFE 2017 will welcome around 1,350 suppliers and manufacturers of new and innovative food and drink products

  • Pie production solutions with your wholesome profits baked

    Pie Designs & Solutions provides innovative, customisable profit based pie production solutions for both low and high volume pie and tart shell manufacture

  • Food and Beverages - Euro Food-2018

    Market Analysis . Market research: The food and drink industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the EU in terms of turnover, value added and employment.

  • Environment: News & features - The Telegraph

    Latest environmental news, features and updates. Pictures, video and more.

  • University of Georgia

    Link to department's website. A growing number of companies transact a significant portion of their business accounting through international channels.

  • Bone Broth and Lead Contamination: A Very Flawed Study in

    A study in the journal Medical Hypotheses published January 30 has been scaring people away from eating soups and stews made with old-fashioned bone broth.

  • Fermented and vegetables. A global perspective. Chaper 1.

    Gundruk: an important fermented product in Nepal. Gundruk is a fermented and dried vegetable product. It is produced by shredding the leaves of mustard, radish and cauliflower leaves and placing them in an earthenware pot to ferment.

  • The Problem With Protein Powders - The Weston A. Price Foundation

    Should athletes and others consume protein powders in beverages, shakes and bars? Perhaps the habits of traditional healthy peoples can give us a clue.