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Meat sommeliers explain their favourite food to Argentinians


In Argentina, meat is part of the cultural heritage, and almost everyone considers themselves a certified barbecue expert. But the evaluation of steaks, fillets and ribs usually follows personal experience and taste. The University of Buenos Aires now wants to put the selection and tasting of ...


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Grupo Arcor and Ingredion Announce Joint Venture in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay

Joint venture leverages manufacturing expertise, global go-to-market capabilities, and food and beverage industry experience to create and scale innovative ingredient solutions


Grupo Arcor, the leading food company of Argentina, and Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE: INGR), a leading global ingredient solutions provider to the food and beverage industry, have signed an agreement to create a joint venture that will leverage the two companies’ manufacturing expertise, ...


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Food crisis deepens as Puerto Rico school cafeterias shutter


Puerto Rico's government is refusing to open school cafeterias amid coronavirus health concerns and has not tapped into millions of federal dollars set aside for the island even as a growing number of unemployed parents struggle to feed their children in a U.S. territory where nearly 70% of ...


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A study identifies 17 key compounds in wine aromas


Maybe words such as ethyl butanoate and octalactone sound unfamiliar to most people who drink wine. However, these substances are some of the ones that give this popular drink its own scent. A recent piece of research published by the University of Cordoba and the Gheorghe Asachi Technical ...


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China wants to buy soy flour from Argentina


In view of the ongoing trade conflict between Washington and Beijing, China is looking for new soya suppliers for its meat industry. With an agreement signed on Wednesday, the world's second largest economy opens its market for soybean flour from Argentina. The agricultural industry of the South ...


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Vegetarians gaining ground in carnivorous Argentina


A fight is on over the Argentine identity, pitting a growing number of vegetarians and vegans against meat-eaters in a country known for its abundant beef, gaucho cowboys and sacred "asado" barbecues. The weekend "asados" bring together families and friends and are a source of national pride in ...


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