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Crop rotations with beans and peas offer more sustainable and nutritious food production

14-Apr-2021

Growing more legumes, like beans and lentils, is potentially a more sustainable and nutritious approach to European agriculture, shows a new study in Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. This study presents some of the first holistic evidence that adding legumes to traditional crop rotations ...

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Nuggets for Breakfast?

New Breakfast Nuggets and Skillets by Jimmy Dean® Brand are making mornings tastier and more fun than ever before

08-Apr-2021

There’s another reason to never skip breakfast. America’s favorite protein breakfast brand, Jimmy Dean®, is helping keep breakfast exciting with new Breakfast Nuggets and Skillets varieties. Kids and families are sure to love Breakfast Nuggets, easy to eat nuggets filled with delicious morning ...

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Children's dietary guidelines need to change, experts say

Parents need better advice on how to encourage kids to eat veggies

17-Mar-2021

Dietary and infant feeding guidelines should be strengthened to include more practical advice on the best ways to support children to learn to like and eat vegetables, say nutrition and dietetics researchers from the Flinders University Caring Futures Institute. With the Australian Health Survey ...

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Stealing the spotlight in the field and kitchen

25-Jan-2021

Plant breeders are constantly working to develop new bean varieties to meet the needs and desires of the food industry. But not everyone wants the same thing. Many consumers desire heirloom-type beans, which have great culinary quality and are visually appealing. On the other hand, farmers desire ...

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Spilling the beans on coffee's true identity

20-Jan-2021

People worldwide want their coffee to be both satisfying and reasonably priced. To meet these standards, roasters typically use a blend of two types of beans, arabica and robusta. But, some use more of the cheaper robusta than they acknowledge, as the bean composition is difficult to determine ...

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Yellow Pea Proteins Demand Bolstered by Increasing Consumption of Plant-Based Protein

09-Sep-2020

Increasing popularity of meat substitutes is expected to drive demand for yellow pea proteins. Moreover, concerns about lactose intolerance among adults together with growing demand for food products free from gluten is also facilitating growth. Increasing awareness of the enrichment of nutrition ...

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Healthy climate news: Fava beans could replace soy

New method makes fava powder that bursts with protein

22-Apr-2020

The end of soy as a protein substitute? Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have found a way to make protein powder using fava beans — a far more climate-friendly alternative. Tofu, soy milk and veggie mince. More and more Danes are opting to supplement or completely replace their ...

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Fermented cheese alternatives based on local peas

Microbially fermented cheese alternatives with huge market potential

16-Apr-2020

An increasing number of people are reducing their consumption of animal-based foods for health, ethical, and environmental reasons. As a consequence, there is a growing market for vegetarian and vegan products. Currently high growth rates are being observed for food groups such as vegetarian and ...

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A sweeter brew for all

22-Jan-2020

“Complex, juicy, with citrus and sweet notes of peach”, the distinct flavour of Diofanor’s ‘black honey’ coffee flows directly from a level of craftsmanship beyond the norm; a far cry from the seasonal spiced concoctions that trend in the UK. As you walk around Finca La Divisa, nestled in the ...

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Knowledge of the origin of the food makes it taste better

14-Nov-2019

Well-known foods taste the best, but if we know where the food comes from and how it is made, it gets better, even if we don't think the taste is spot on. New research from Future Consumer Lab at the University of Copenhagen demonstrates this. The research was conducted in Indonesia with the ...

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