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According to a recent study done by a collaboration between U.S and Chinese scientists from Washington University School of Medicine, and Sun Yat-sen University in China, it suggests that eating yoghurt can help lower pre-cancerous bowel growth risk in men. Eating two or more weekly servings of yogurt may help to lower the risk of […]
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Murray River Organics (ASX:MRG) (“MRG”) is pleased to announce an update on the further strengthening of its China export strategy, through a strategic partnership with an existing customer in the Chinese food industry. Over the past 6-months MRG has been executing a growth campaign in the key export market of China. Today’s partnership is evidence […]
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Brent Moore is a trade commission and consul at the Australian Consulate-General in Shanghai. He recently expressed his views about the ongoing US-China trade dispute and how it affects the Australian food exports, in article shared on LinkedIn on the 17th of June 2019. He says that publicly available trade statistics paint a picture of the impact […]
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A report by CBRE (CB Richard Ellis) has listed a number of factors influencing the grocery industry in the United States that point to a fully automated checkout services at markets, a larger demand for prepared meals, a rapidly increasing number of small convenience stores, and a larger link between grocers and nontraditional partners such […]
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Academics at University College London (UCL) have conducted an unprecedented experiment to attempt to disrupt the way leaders in advertising think about their consumer audiences, giving them a fresh view of how to commission creative ideas that advance progressive, inclusive and unstereotypical portrayals of people. The project – part of Unilever’s Unstereotype initiative – explored […]
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According to recent studies, the number of obesity cases has doubles since 1980, according to a study that has been done in 2008. Evidence suggests that lack of sleep, or poor sleep quality, can contribute in gaining weight. Sleeping has a main role in modulating neuroendocrine, and general metabolism functions, subjects with lack of sleep […]
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The food-manufacturing giant, Kellogg’s, has joint forces with Salford Brewery Seven Bro7hers to use “less-than-perfect” Coco Pops and Rice Krispies and turn them to beer products. This idea has been used before with Kellogg’s CornFlakes as the grains discarded during the production process were also turned into beers. The selection for the materials for those […]
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Supermarkets in Vietnam have adopted an initiative from Thailand that makes use of banana leaves instead of plastic as a packaging alternative. The novel idea, which was an instant hit among citizens, soon caught the attention of Vietnamese supermarkets. Big supermarket chains in Vietnam, such as Lotte Mart, Saigon Co.op, and Big C,have all started […]
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In the US, food allergies trigger anaphylactic shock in someone every six minutes. Israel’s SensoGenic may have a way to cut those stats drastically. At one year old, Noam Yasovsky was diagnosed with allergies to eggs, sesame and milk. Eating at other people’s homes or in restaurants has been a challenge ever since, necessitating Noam […]
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All things bacon will be celebrated at the second annual BaconFest in Kingaroy from August 23- 25 2019. While the festival celebrates everything porcine, it also supports local producers and raises funds for drought affected farmers. More than 8000 visitors chomped their way through a variety of bacon products last year and organisers are preparing […]
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