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Tesco has started selling green lemons to help prevent a potential lemon shortage in UK stores.
Grate magnets are popular systems for removing foreign metal fragments from food processing lines. Suitable for dry products, they are often installed in seeds, grains, sugar, coffee, rice and other similar ingredients.
Despite its Italian origin, it is another country holding the European chilled pizza crown.
Tesco’s launch of a 100% plant-based steak in 400 locations around the UK heralds the ongoing trend (and success) of plant-based diets among consumers in this market. The steak, made by Dutch manufacturer Vivera, is made from 80% wheat and soy and claims to have same smell, flavor, and texture as a real steak.
The quest for high quality, convenient food offerings remains a daily challenge for today’s time-scarce yet health-conscious consumers, and many perceive there to be a trade-off between these two factors.
Researchers at the Universitat Politècnica de València’s (UPV) Food Development Engineering Institute (IUIAD) and the Advanced Centre on Food Microbiology (ACFM) have found that certain antioxidants in tomatoes–phenolic compounds and lycopene–have a positive impact on the performance of the probiotic microorganism L reuteri throughout the digestive process.
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