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Americas: High potato intake may increase risk of hypertension, say researchers

A higher intake of potatoes and French fries may be associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure (hypertension) in adults, according to...

Europe: Lonza research finds promise for L-carnitine among Millennials

Increasing the awareness of L-Carnitine’s benefits among sporty Millennials represents a significant untapped business opportunity for dietary supplement manufacturers, according to an online survey...

Europe: DuPont releases alternative carbs for bakers

DuPont Nutrition & Health offers Nordic Light Thins to Europe’s hard-pressed bread market. Rich in healthy carbs, Nordic Light Thins targets consumers who are turning...

Americas: Researcher finds migrants pay more for cuisine from home

When migrants move, they often try to keep eating their native cuisine. However, a new study from an MIT professor reveals an economic tension underneath...

Americas: Silk keeps fruit fresh without refrigeration

Tufts University biomedical engineers have demonstrated that fruits can stay fresh for more than a week without refrigeration if they are coated in an...

Americas: Cargill finds three solutions to reduce saturated fats in baked goods

Using starches, vegetable waxes and emulsions, Cargill scientists have created fat systems that lower saturated fat by as much as 40% in shortenings, without...

Europe: Straw may help create everyday products, says researcher

Glucose from straw may play a big role in the future production of many everyday products. An award winning PhD project from DTU Chemical...

Americas: Salmonella ‘microevolves’, find researchers

Research led by Dr Rob Kingsley from the Institute of Food Research (IFR) has shown how Salmonella rapidly 'microevolves' during an epidemic. It highlights how...

Europe: Determining inorganic arsenic levels in food

A new European standard method to determine the content of inorganic arsenic in foodstuffs has been developed at the National Food Institute, Technical University...

Americas: Healthy diet after pregnancy lowers high blood pressure risk

Sticking to a healthy diet in the years after pregnancy may reduce the risk of high blood pressure among women who had pregnancy-related (gestational)...
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