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Top 10 Articles of 2018

It’s that time again: the annual round up of our most trafficked articles. And we are as pleased as an elf on a shelf after the Yule celebrations to be kicking back and revisiting some of our best research on … Read More

How Recent Developments in Nutrition Inspire Innovation

Cell-Cultured Fruit, Polyphenols, Bioreactors and Non-Melting Ice-Cream

For the pint-sized inquisitive mind, a trip to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral can be the highlight of an educational away-day. Filled with astrophysical oddities and actual rocket scientists, it’s enough … Read More

Food Contact Surfaces: Top 10 of 2017!

When playwright William Shakespeare famously wrote in Twelfth Night ‘If music be the food of love, play on. Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.’ he certainly had a point. But here at … Read More

Update – The Impossible Burger

Undercover Report

The build:

Impossible Burger Patty medium, sautéed onions, cheddar cheese artisan bun lightly grilled.

Options  

Heat

They offer a full array of heat from practically raw to well done.

Cheese

You could get cheddar, swiss, or American … Read More

Update: Tainted Treats: To What Extent Does Honey Represent a Nutritional Friend or Foe?

Inspired and curious about the plant-based options for our old favorite sweetener, honey, Berkshire decided to take a closer look. Perusing the aisles of our local store, we noted that options include date syrup, golden syrup, coconut nectar, molasses, agave … Read More

Is The World’s Most Expensive Cup of Coffee Worth It?

Coffee. Those six small letters make up a word that stimulates the imagination, wakes the brain, and kickstarts the day. Conjuring a rich, dark aroma and the sensuality of heaping soft brown sugar dissolving into a bold foamy crema, … Read More

More than Nutrition – How Does Spinach Find its Way into the Cleanroom?

The contributions made to the field of modern medicine by Hippocrates, a physician in Ancient Greece, are hard to underestimate. The ‘Father of Modern Medicine,’ Hippocrates is not only credited with defining the discipline as a profession distinct from philosophy … Read More

How is Modern Milk Production Moo-ving Away from Dairy?

It’s a bucolic image. A herd of dairy cows grazing a verdant hillside, languorously moving from one delicate nibble of sweet fresh grass to the next. In a bright blue sky the sun shines warmly, birds circle the thermals overhead, … Read More

Pathogens, Partnerships and FSMA: Where FDA Is Headed

This year is a big year for food safety at FDA. All seven of the FSMA rules have been finalized, and the first compliance date is right around the corner (compliance with the Preventive Controls for Human Food rule starts … Read More

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