What exactly do sugar alcohols entail? Sugar alcohols, such as xylitol, erythritol, and sorbitol, are commonly incorporated into a wide array of food products.
Research from the University of Barcelona on the gut microbiota has found that daily consumption of peanuts and peanut butter can produce compounds in the gut that help improve memory.
From a comprehensive dataset compiled during the period from 2018 to 2022, namely the American Time Use Survey, we can discern intriguing patterns regarding when Americans prefer to dine.
Sarah Kaeck turned to bees to create Bee’s Wrap. The eco-friendly wrap was founded with the idea of making it easy to cut down on plastic and store food sustainably.
In 1933, Ralph Wiley, a diligent laboratory worker at Dow Chemical, stumbled upon by accident discovered polyvinylidene chloride. Better known as Saran Wrap.
The journal Science observed that an increased amount of taurine, commonly found in energy drinks administered to mice on a daily basis lived 10 to 12% longer.
Sheep emit methane gas when they fart and belch, which is a potent substance that can trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to global warming.
The science is in! Callum Cuttle of the University of Oxford has finally solved an old-age problem, why does ketchup splatter from a near-empty bottle?
San Francisco-based Perfect Day has taken the cow out of the equation. They are producing ice cream using lab-grown dairy. Just like Beyond Meat, everybody is putting the cow back in the pasture and not down our stomachs.
Did you know that in Japan more people die from choking on food than from car accidents? Scientists are making choke proof food in Japan to help stop the epidemic.
“Engay is Japanese for “swallowing”, something that can become increasingly difficult as people age: more Japanese now die each year from choking than in traffic accidents.”