Food Preservation

Indianapolis chocolate company secures $ 5.25 million in funding

Matt Rubin The Indianapolis-based company behind artisanal chocolate brand SoChatti has landed $ 5.25 million in funding and finalized its first industrial license agreement, it announced on Friday. True Essence said the private investor funding round included the participation of Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures. The company said the capital injection would …

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Food Antioxidants Market Size Worth $ 3.43 Billion by 2028 at 6.2% CAGR

The Global food antioxidants market is expected to reach a market size of $ 3.43 billion at a stable CAGR of 6.2% in 2028, according to the latest analysis from Emergen Research. This steady growth in income can be attributed to changing consumer preferences, growing concerns about health and wellness, …

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Two state-preserved Chester County farms in Cochranville

WEST CHESTER – Forty-two acres of farmland in Cochranville will be preserved thanks to state and county investments in farmland preservation, Senator Carolyn Comitta said Tuesday. The Mark A. & Claudia V. Cole Farm, a 42-acre farm and ranching operation, received an investment of $ 8,994 from the Pennsylvania Farmland …

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BBVA and El Celler de Can Roca launch “Seeds for the future”

“For years, BBVA and El Celler de Can Roca have worked to help people in the transition to sustainable living, ensuring a green, inclusive and resilient future. Beyond the fight against climate change, the conservation of biodiversity is also fundamental. Per capita natural capital is estimated to have declined by …

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Neighbors gather in Bayfield to share apple harvest – The Durango Herald

Ryler Moore, 8, throws apples into an apple mill that Jaryn Moore, 11, turns while Wrenalee Moore, 13, hands him apples as they make apple cider on Saturday in the third annual harvest from the Bayfield area to Pine River Shares. The apple-sharing event included a barbecue and a food …

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The Day – Nautilus leaves Submarine Force Museum for $ 36 million preservation project

Groton – The USS Nautilus, the world’s first nuclear-powered submarine, was towed Friday afternoon from its home at the Submarine Force Museum upstream to a jetty at Naval Submarine Base, where it will make the object of a preservation project estimated at $ 36 million. Captain Kenneth Curtin, the new …

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Solve food safety issues in beverages

For consumers, just like the perceived interchangeability of best before and best dates, quality and shelf life are synonymous with safety. The industry has always been challenged to protect beverage quality and extend shelf life without using preservatives and high-energy processes that slow down the supply chain. After opening some …

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Into the Wild Bus on display during preservation work | food and travel, travel

FAIRBANKS, Alaska – A bus that people have sometimes embarked on deadly pilgrimages to the Alaskan backcountry to visit can now be seen safely at the University of Alaska Fairbanks as it suffers preservation work. The bus was moved to the university’s engineering center last week as it is being …

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Food Preservatives Market Report 2021-26: Industry Trends, Market Share, Size, Demand

According to the latest report from IMARC Group, the global food preservatives market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 4% during the period 2021-2026. SHERIDAN, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, October 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to the latest IMARC group report, The global food preservatives market experienced moderate …

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Parents’ Corner – October 9, 2021

The Midland County MSU Extension and Cooperating Parent Educators sponsor the Parent’s Corner. Send submissions to Midland County MSU Extension Educator Lisa Treiber, 220 W. Ellsworth St., Midland, MI 48640 Families in nature: changing colors. Join the staff at the Chippewa Nature Center for one of the most colorful times …

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