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Description Hidden hunger affects over two billion people, globally. The cause is a chronic lack of essential micronutrients in the diet, such as vitamins and minerals.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description People who enjoy one glass of wine a day are less likely to be admitted to hospital than teetotallers, a new study suggests.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description Don't put a breakable glass carafe around power tools and lumber. Get this instead.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description Not every gift fits that traditional rectangular shape. Here are a few ways to wrap weirdly-shaped items with nothing but wrapping paper, tape, and scissors.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description A cookbook based on a video game or movie can teach you unexpected and useful things. 

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Whisky auctioneer Isabel Graham-Yooll was examining a seller's collection in London last year when she noticed some of the liquors were slightly off-color—and several bottles seemed a little too full. She called the police, who arrested the seller for fraud. If the case goes to court, prosecutors may be able to count on more than just Graham-Yooll's knowledge of fine whiskies; emerging laboratory techniques could help identify the liquors in question. Whisky researchers are finding themselves at the forefront of the burgeoning science of food-fraud detection. The spirit is a handy test substance because of its complexity: its main components—water and barley or other cereals—and its production method create unique chemical and biological signatures. And the time whisky spends in a wood cask helps to impart its golden color and unique aromas. “If [a new testing] technique works for whisky, then we can be sure it works for other spirit categories,” says Shona Harrison, the analytical services manager of the Scotch Whisky Research Institute (SWRI) in Edinburgh, whose work is funded by several liquor companies. Harrison and other researchers are fighting food and beverage fraud on multiple fronts—from monitoring global trade data to adapting laboratory-detection tools for use in the field.

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Have they not got more important things on their thankfully metaphorical plates?

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Whether it’s bleedable veggie burgers or “beef steak” made from rice, peas, and seaweed, there are plenty of food-tech efforts to re-create the experience of biting into meat, minus the need to kill animals to get it. What do both of these examples have in common? That’s right: No actual meat. Israeli startup Aleph Farms is taking a different approach. Like the better-known company Memphis Meats, it’s attempting to create lab-grown meat with the same familiar flavor, shape, texture, and structure of the real thing. Aleph’s approach seeks to grow its beef by using natural beef cells isolated from a living cow. These cells are then nourished in a growth medium to develop into a complex matrix that replicates muscle tissue.

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Location, location. Retailers see gold at the end of the location-tracking rainbow. They seek the advantage of targeting potential footsteps with relevant ads and offers. Questions: Where are you headed? When will you go ...

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description The best cooking tools and gadgets to keep your dinner tasting delicious—whoever cooks it

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description The system used to supply drinking water to the public removes large quantities of nitrogen, a potential pollutant, from aquatic ecosystems such as rivers, lakes and groundwater, new research shows. However, leaking drinking water from pipes may also be an important source of nitrogen within the

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description Keurig machines may simplify your morning ritual, but picking the right model is tough. Here's a breakdown of the best machines in Keurig's current lineup.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Zomato confirms that the person was delivering food in Madurai, adds that he has been now removed from the delivery network.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description A new device that harnesses sunlight to produce pure vapor from seawater could last longer and produce cleaner water than other technology.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Sundar Pichai faces a grilling from US lawmakers on how the web search giant handled an alarming data breach and whether it may bend to Chinese government censorship demands.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Uber Eats delivers meals to hungry customers in their home or workplace. Like Uber’s ridesharing service, the transaction — both request and payment — takes place via a smartphone app. In a bid to make its service more competitive while at the same time increasing its efficiency, Uber Eats is looking at ways of encouraging customers located in a specific area to order from the same restaurant so that a single driver can deliver multiple meals in one journey. Uber has been testing the service in India, according to TechCrunch. It’s called Uber Eats Pool, taking its name from Uber Pool, the part of Uber’s ridesharing service that groups riders together for cheaper fares.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description A plant in the Chinese city of Jinan is feeding food waste to cockroaches, which then become food for pigs and other livestock.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Here is a 10-day account of Jack Dorsey's visit to Myanmar, as revealed by his tweets and photos that he shared.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description A novel approach out of Flinders University has identified a single gene that may one day allow you to eat as much food as you want without gaining weight.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description A healthy diet requires lots of vegetables—but shipping them from afar is hardly eco-friendly. Here’s how to eat a winter diet that’s green in every way.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description Anyone with an old phone that is still running Android 4.0 may want to look into upgrading their device, as Google has announced that it will be ending support for this older version of Android. Google announced on its Android Developers Blog that they will be deprecating support for Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). The Google Play Store will no longer be updating apps beyond the Android Package Kit (APK) version 14.7.99. This change was announced primarily due to the age of ICS and its limited use now, with Google explaining: “The Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) platform is seven years old and the active device count has been below 1% for some time.“

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Updated 09 December 2018

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Description Aged Cachaça is surprisingly diverse and tasty.

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Updated 09 December 2018