Monthly Archives: February 2014

Legalising hemp for food would realise big benefits for Australia

See on Scoop.it – The Asian Food Gazette. Food made from hemp has great potential for Australia’s economy, according to the Complementary Healthcare Council, which is urging the country’s regulators to recognise the plant as a legitimate source of food. … Continue reading

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Cut and reduce sugar in drinks, don’t tax them, say NZ adults

See on Scoop.it – The Asian Food Gazette. Most adult New Zealanders prefer to reduce the amount of sugar in drinks and also their size to imposing a sugar tax to deter their demand, a new survey has revealed. See … Continue reading

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Kangshifu steals march on Coke in global soft drinks struggle

See on Scoop.it – The Asian Food Gazette. Tingyi’s successful Chinese brand Kangshifu is gaining ground on Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Sprit in the bottle for world soft drinks domination, according to new Canadean research. See on http://www.foodnavigator-asia.com

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India’s milk prices hiked again, though much of it is adulterated

See on Scoop.it – The Asian Food Gazette. As milk prices go up by a further Rs2 per litre, India’s Supreme Court has gone on record to acknowledge milk adulteration as “serious”, and has demanded that individual states sentence those … Continue reading

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The kimchi war between South Korea and China is getting extra spicy

See on Scoop.it – The Asian Food Gazette. South Korea is awfully proud of its kimchi. So proud, in fact, that it successfully lobbied for kimjang, the winter tradition of pickling the famed spicy cabbage dish, to be christened a UNESCO cultural … Continue reading

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