Interview to the president of the Italian Society of Andrology
«Good sex begins at the table», president of the Italian Society of Andrology (Sia), Mr. Giorgio Franco says. Mediterranean diet, beside its healthy benefits, as already shown by many studies, could prevent problems in the sexual sphere as well, such as the erectile dysfunction. (more…)
All the 42 Mega food parks approved by the Government last March will become operational by 2019, which will yield a potential investment of about Rs 14,000 crore, Union Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said. (more…)
Semolina and water are the ingredients needed to produce the queen of the Mediterranean diet: pasta. Easy, right? Not really, because semolina comes from durum wheat, which is genetically very complex. Experts say that «its genome contains many more genes than human genome». (more…)
Every year, 600 million tons of wheat and maize flour are produced and consumed in the form of noodles, pasta, bread and other flour products. Fortification of industrially produced wheat and maize flour is therefore a simple and effective way of providing the world’s population with vitamins and minerals. (more…)
Fortification of wheat flour, maize flour, sugar, and oil were made mandatory in Malawi (Africa) with the May 2015 publication of the national standards. The Bureau of Standard and Ministry of Health inspectors are charged with enforcing compliance among domestic producers and importers. (more…)
Ostrich Nepal, a pioneer in ostrich farming in Nepal, has launched the giant bird’s meat in the Kathmandu valley.
Ostrich meat is lower in calories, cholesterol and fat than skinless chicken while remaining high in iron and protein. (more…)
Salt intake was not associated with mortality or risk for cardiovascular disease and heart failure in older adults based on self-reported estimated sodium intake, according to a researchers from Emory University in Atlanta, US. (more…)
On the 15th and 16th of October the 55th European Commodities Exchange Edition will be held in Barcelona.
Since 1961, the European Commodities Exchange have gone across thousands of kilometres visiting different European capitals. This year, it comes back to Barcelona for the fourth time, turning our city into the European cereal capital. (more…)