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Experts finally crack mystery of holes in Swiss cheese Experts Finally Crack Mystery Of Holes In Swiss Cheese
 

Despite what you may have been told as a child, they are not caused by mice nibbling away inside cheese wheels Eureka! After about a century of research, Swiss scientists have finally cracked the mystery of the holes in Swiss cheese. Despite what you may have been told as a child, they are not caused by mice nibbling away inside cheese wheels.


Action on Sugar said research showed some fruit-based snacks contain more sugar than sweets Action On Sugar Said Research Showed Some Fruit-based Snacks Contain More Sugar Than Sweets
 

More than three quarters of the products examined by health charity Action on Sugar exceeded the 47g per 100g of sugar found in Haribo Starmix. At least four teaspoons of sugar can be found in snacks such as Tesco's Yogurt Coated Strawberry Fruit Bites and Fruit Bowl's raspberry Fruit Flakes, the study found.


Yikes! You won't believe what Glenn is doing on the farm todayGlenn:... Yikes! You Won't Believe What Glenn Is Doing On The Farm TodayGlenn:...
 

Life is different on a farm. You get to experience hard work, and more importantly you get to see where your food comes from.


Fast-food chains taking healthy turns Fast-food Chains Taking Healthy Turns
 

A number of major fast-food chains and food companies have recently announced healthier practices, moving to all-natural ingredients and ending the use of downright strange and sometimes hard-to-pronounce additives -- a trend that experts say is having meaningful impact on our food supply. 1. Pizza Hut and Taco Bell: Announced on Tuesday they were going all natural, removing all artificial colors and flavors.


Less protein 'key to longer life' Less Protein 'key To Longer Life'
 

Cutting down on protein and upping consumption of carbohydrates may be the key to living a longer, healthier life, new research suggests. In tests on mice, changing the mix of protein and carbs produced the same benefits as reducing calorie consumption by 40%.


Reporter gets a buzz from his work - but no sting Reporter Gets A Buzz From His Work - But No Sting
 

AN AMATEUR Oxford apiarist managed to wrangle a rogue swarm of bees in his garden yesterday with a little help from the Oxford Mail. Hugo Crombie, a director at Hogacre Common eco park and part-time beekeeper, was giving reporter Pete Hughes a tour of the park's hives when the newshound spotted a story in a nearby tree.


A growing danger in grilling season A Growing Danger In Grilling Season
 

A growing danger in grilling season Cleaning up the grill for summer barbecue season could have serious hidden health dangers. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1HNREU4 This week, a woman in Connecticut needed emergency surgery to remove a wire barbecue brush bristle from her digestive tract -- and doctors say she's not the first.


Croatian dilemma: Oil in the Adriatic, or tourism Croatian Dilemma: Oil In The Adriatic, Or Tourism
 

Despite surging opposition to pumping crude in the waters of one of Europe's fastest-growing summer travel destinations, the Croatian government is determined to... . This May 13, 2015 photo shows a gas drilling rig in the northern Adriatic sea, west of Pula, Croatia.


Why being a foodie could help you win the spelling bee Why Being A Foodie Could Help You Win The Spelling Bee
 

Why being a foodie could help you win the spelling bee Exotic foods were front and center during the preliminary rounds of the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee Check out this story on dailyworld.com: http://usat.ly/1HxcX78 Exotic foods were front and center during the preliminary rounds of the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee , often coming up and tricking prospective spelling champions with their weird wording and obscure origins. Clearly, being a gastronome , is a huge asset in this competition.


In This Test Kitchen, The Secret To A Great Cookbook Is Try, Try Again In This Test Kitchen, The Secret To A Great Cookbook Is Try, Try Again
 

Underneath railway arches on a nondescript street in North London, you'll find an old warehouse that's the epicenter of the Ottolenghi food empire. Jerusalem-born food impresario Yotam Ottolenghi and his business partner, Sami Tamimi, started out over a decade ago with one restaurant in London selling fresh, Middle East-inspired food.


Warning over high caffeine intake Warning Over High Caffeine Intake
 

The European Food Safety Authority said single doses of up to 200mg of caffeine from a range of sources should be a safe level for most healthy adults Consuming more than five espressos worth of caffeine a day could be damaging to your health, according to European food safety experts. The European Food Safety Authority said s ingle doses of up to 200mg of caffeine from a range of sources - such as tea, coffee, chocolate and energy drinks - should be a safe level for most healthy adults.


Airline Calls in the Pizza Guy Airline Calls In The Pizza Guy
 

That's what the crew of a Delta flight from Philadelphia did after the Atlanta-bound aircraft landed in Knoxville, Tennessee instead Tuesday afternoon. Bad weather in Atlanta caused the crew of Delta Flight 561 , which took off from Philly just after 2 p.m., to land more than 200 miles from their destination.


Olive Garden continues to get creative with breadsticks Olive Garden Continues To Get Creative With Breadsticks
 

The Italian restaurant chain said earlier this month it would introduce "breadstick sandwiches" as part of a broader menu revamp. The sandwiches don't arrive until June 1. But Olive Garden already has a follow-up act planned with "breadstick crostini" in August.


Tri-Valley Cuisine Scene: Alamo's Cherubini serves up coffee with sides of comfort food Tri-Valley Cuisine Scene: Alamo's Cherubini Serves Up Coffee With Sides Of Comfort Food
 

Server Maria Varajas pulled a small drawer out from underneath an antique light on a table at Cherubini Coffee House. "I always think if I keep looking I'm going to find a treasure in one of these things," she says.


New and now: Ohio festivals, NYC boroughs, Cigar Aficionado New And Now: Ohio Festivals, NYC Boroughs, Cigar Aficionado
 

Summer fun in Ohio isn't just about riding roller coasters at Cedar Point and watching the Cleveland Indians or Cincinnati Reds play baseball. There are also some fun and quirky festivals around the state.


Why one Hong Kong bakery makes 10,000 buns a day Why One Hong Kong Bakery Makes 10,000 Buns A Day
 

Each May, a sleepy Hong Kong island of just one square mile, Cheung Chau, lights up in excitement as boatloads of visitors celebrate a traditional holiday -- the Bun Festival, featuring tens of thousands of delicious rice flour buns. The week-long celebration gets bigger every year.


How to succeed as a start-up in Europe How To Succeed As A Start-up In Europe
 

Start-ups have faced tough times along with the rest of the European food industry in recent years as a tight economy and ever tighter regulations bit deep. At Vitafoods New Nutrition Business director Julian Mellentin outlined the keys to start-up success, even when Big Food comes calling.


 
 
   
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