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  • Published: Dec 26, 2016

    As many banana lovers know, bananas taste quite different depending on their color.
  • Published: Dec 19, 2016

    Ranfru currently has 25 people working on getting the orders for stewed pears to the customers.
  • Published: Dec 08, 2016

    The Cashew nut Board of Tanzania (CBT) is pleading with the government to create a more sustainable cashew nut business by allowing shipments via truck.
  • Published: Nov 28, 2016

    The sale of cashew nuts campaign is expected to reach 120,000 tonnes, compared to the almost 100,000 tonnes recorded in the previous year, reports the director of the National Cashew Institute of Mozambique.
  • Published: Nov 28, 2016

    A new clinical study has suggested that dietary supplementation of nitrate from a natural extract of the amaranthus species, red spinach, results in a boost of energy.
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  • Published: Nov 25, 2016

    Primitive people consume one kilogram of fruit and vegetables per day. In the Netherlands, the majority of the population has trouble consuming even 200 grammes of vegetables per day.
  • Published: Nov 21, 2016

    In imitation of South American countries, more and more women are placing cabbage on their breasts.
  • Published: Nov 15, 2016

    "There are basically three production areas in Italy," explains Ivo Poli, President of Associazione Nazionale Città del Castagno, who helped us get a clear picture of the chestnut situation, as things can be quite different between the north and the south
  • Published: Nov 04, 2016

    Findings from an animal study revealed that consumption of the flavonoid rutin, found in the fruit rinds of oranges and grapefruit, cranberries as well as mulberries, can activate brown adipose tissue (BAT) which regulates energy metabolism.
  • Published: Nov 04, 2016

    California pistachio growers wound up their 2016 harvest in mid-October. They produce 98 percent of the U.S. crop and have set a new record – a whopping 902 million pounds (in-shell), according to the Administrative Committee for Pistachios.
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  • Published: Nov 03, 2016

    Next year, Britons are going to be snacking on Hawaiian raw fish salad and American-style vegetable yoghurts, while quenching their thirst with watermelon juice, reports The Guardian.
  • Published: Nov 03, 2016

    A study conducted by UNICEF has found that five in six children under the age of two worldwide are not fed enough nutritious food for their age.
  • Published: Nov 02, 2016

    According to seminar delegates in Vietnam, demand for organic farm products has risen significantly in the country, offering good prospects for businesses investing in the field.
  • Published: Nov 01, 2016

    It is not likely to be a Christmas holiday when lots of Italian chestnuts will be roasting on an open fire for customers anywhere.
  • Published: Oct 28, 2016

    Commercial beekeepers are looking to move from mass honey production to pollination. In part this comes down to the expansion of horticultural industries that rely on bees.
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  • Published: Oct 12, 2016

    Australia's first high-pressure processed baby food range is about to be launched from a Western Australian processing facility. It is hoped that the range will tap into the growing market for nutritional food and help with fruit and vegetable wastage.
  • Published: Oct 12, 2016

    Sarabjit (Sarb) Johl, is a walnut farmer who migrated with his parents to the US in the early 1960s when he was 13. Today, he presides over a 1,000-acre farm and a growers’ collective that recorded exports of $20 million last year.
  • Published: Sep 30, 2016

    It never ceases to amaze me why people drink raw milk.
  • Published: Sep 26, 2016

    Chinese consumers are willing to pay more for foods without undesirable ingredients and are actively seeking all natural, organic foods, creating room for sales growth for food manufacturers and retailers
  • Published: Sep 20, 2016

    A growing number of families in the U.S. are making a concerted effort to shop organic for their children.
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