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Fancy Food Trends coming out of San Francisco

Fancy Food Trends coming out of San Francisco
Sat, 30/01/16 - 09:09
By Ditte Lustrup, Joseph Unger


The top five trends emerging from San Francisco’s Fancy Food Show, January 17-19 are purple food, protein alternatives, Southeast Asian flavors, grass-fed animal products, and snacks in a cup. Out of the 80,000 food and beverage products being showcased by more th
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A New Opening for Young Thai Coconuts

A New Opening for Young Thai Coconuts
Tue, 01/12/15 - 12:51
By Joseph Unger, Ditte Christina Lustrup


Finally, a safe, fun and reliable product for opening young Thai coconuts has been invented and is now available for purchase. In response to the numerous personal accounts of injuries from knives, Dave Goodman has designed the Coco Jack and accompanying utensils to go
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New Nordic introduces first organic fish oil

New Nordic introduces first organic fish oil
Tue, 01/09/15 - 11:14
By Joseph Unger, Ditte Christina Lustrup


Scandinavian-based New Nordic has begun selling the first organic fish oil capsule in the world this year. Produced in Denmark, it was first launched in that country in March under the brand Dansk Ørred™ and as Nordic Fish Oil™ elsewhere. Karl Kristia
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Birch Water: Tapping into the Power of the Birch Tree

Birch Water: Tapping into the Power of the Birch Tree
Tue, 25/08/15 - 11:46
By Ditte Lustrup, Joseph Unger


Throughout history, birch trees have served regional cultures with wood, medicine, and paper. Now the sap is becoming a favorite health drink known as birch water. Sealand Birk, the Danish company, founded in 2011 by Lars Poulsen, has increased production from 300,000
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Sustainable Summit Calls for Changes in the Food Industry

Sustainable Summit Calls for Changes in the Food Industry
Tue, 27/01/15 - 19:24
By Ditte Lustrup, Joseph Unger


One of the alarming statistics that motivated business leaders to gather for North America’s Sustainable Food Summit, is the fact that humanity is using the earth’s resources 50 percent faster than the planet can renew. One of the conclusions of the recent Wor
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