Milk chocolate gets antioxidant help from peanut waste

In North Carolina, a new source of antioxidants to fortify milk chocolate with the health benefits of dark chocolate has been found in peanuts. ...

New Flexi diet includes intermittent fasting to lose weight and stay healthy

In Australia, based on research that fasting can be an effective way to lose weight and stay healthy, CSIRO introduced a diet that includes...

Lots of nutrition information meets lots of confusion

In Washington, D.C., the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 12th Annual Food and Health Survey found that 96 percent of consumers seek health benefits...

Nestlé acquires a majority stake in Terrafertil

In Switzerland, Nestlé acquired a majority stake in Terrafertil, a company selling natural, plant-based foods and healthy snacks. The move widens Nestlé’s presence in...

Soylent blames algae flour for consumers feeling green

In California, popular meal replacement brand Soylent believes it has pinpointed the culprit in a recent spate of customer dissatisfaction: algal flour supplied by...

New shelf-stable plant protein meal pouches from Atlantic Natural Foods

In North Carolina, Atlantic Natural Foods, LLC partnered with Pataya Food Group to create a complete range of shelf-stable pouch meals made from plant-based...

Prediabetes risk increases by 46 percent with daily sugary, but not diet soda, drink...

In Massachusetts, Tufts University researchers published an epidemiological analysis showing a 46 percent higher risk of developing prediabetes for adult Americans who regularly consumed...

The Beyond Burger rolls out in Kroger stores

In California, Beyond Meat announced that The Beyond Burger will be available within the meat case at more than 600 Kroger-owned stores. The Beyond...

TerraVia burns the boats and sets off for the Land of Übernutrition

At the outset of his historic Conquest, Cortés gathered the men and burned the boats. As TerraVia jettisons its break-out industrial product line and...

To protect the global milk supply, Cornell and IBM use genetic sequencing and bioinformatics

In New York, IBM and Cornell University are using next-generation sequencing combined with bioinformatics to help reduce the chances that the global milk supply...

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