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Mine's a beer...

Mine's a beer...

Baby boomers are convinced that beer makes you fat and wine is good
for the heart, so finds a recent poll in Canada conducted by
Ipsos-Reid on behalf of the Brewer's Association of Canada.

Europe to vote on GM foods

Europe to vote on GM foods

This afternoon food specialists from member states will vote on a
proposal to end Europe's five year moratorium on genetically
modified foods. A deeply-divided issue, the outcome of the vote
will either disappoint or delight.

Soy quality up on 2002

Soy quality up on 2002

US soybean prices may well have soared in recent months but
companies using the raw material may find some comfort from a new
survey that indicates the quality is superior to last year.

Linking the chain

Linking the chain

A leading producer of manufactured casings for food and non-food
applications in the US has built up a global information system to
improve business processes and information flow across the
enterprise. Teepak, a leading manufacturer...

New light cast on food intake

New light cast on food intake

As scientists continue to look for ways to help us battle the
bulge, a new study suggests that our own hormonal makeup may offer
promising clues. A team of researchers has tested the hypothesis
that gastric distension in humans can...

EFSA to open up

EFSA to open up

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) announced yesterday that
it is to open up its work to public scrutiny. The most significant
development will be the involvement of consumers and other
stakeholders in the authority's...

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