Avocados From Mexico announces scholarship program for aspiring Hispanic chefs

Hispanic Heritage Month, Avocados From Mexico and Hispanic Star are offering support to avocado enthusiasts to pursue their culinary passions at Dallas College Avocados From Mexico is making Hispanic Heritage Month even better with the launch of its new scholarship program designed to support the next generation of Latino culinary talent. The number[Read More…]

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IIT Guwahati develops pharmaceutical and food products from tea factory waste

The tea industry’s waste-based value-added products will create new job opportunities, open wind of new start-ups and entrepreneurship opportunities among rural youths Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT Guwahati) researchers have developed innovative technologies for sustainable and efficient utilisation of tea waste from the tea industry. In line with the scope[Read More…]

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Korean Society of Ginseng confirms effects of red ginseng in prevention and improvement of dementia

The research results showed that the group consuming ginseng exhibited higher episodic memory scores (EMS) Through continuous research, the secrets of ginseng, a representative medicinal herb of Korea, are being revealed, showcasing its efficacy. Recently, studies demonstrating the effects of consistent consumption of red ginseng on improving dementia and cognitive[Read More…]

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Silpakorn University teams up with CP Foods for STEM-focused graduates

This joint effort aims to offer hands-on learning experiences for undergraduate students by enabling them to engage in practical tasks at CP Foods’ operational sites through the ‘Co-Creation Program’ Silpakorn University and Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CP Foods) have inked an academic collaboration agreement to create a curriculum[Read More…]

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NTU develops technique for making lactic acid from jackfruit seeds

The method is cheaper and more sustainable than existing industrial methods as it requires fewer chemicals and processes, produces negligible amounts of by-products, and reduces food waste by using unwanted jackfruit seeds Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore have developed a sustainable and more effective technique for making lactic acid, by[Read More…]

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Researchers to test impact of special healthy diet on Crohn’s disease

The Monash University-led study will investigate whether a newly developed diet can reduce inflammation in Crohn’s Disease Volunteers are needed to test a diet that researchers hope can improve the lives of those living with Crohn’s disease, a debilitating condition requiring life-long immunosuppression drugs and/or surgery. The Monash University-led study[Read More…]

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