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Long revered as a solution for topical burns and healthy skin, aloe has become valued in the beverage industry for more than just its external benefits.
In comic books, superheroes like Batman, Spiderman and Superman use their special powers to protect cities and the people within them from harm.
Tea and ready-to-drink (RTD) tea achieved estimated sales of $6.7 billion this year, according to Chicago-based market research firm Mintel.
Once considered a food of the gods by Aztec and Mayan cultures, chocolate today is an affordable indulgence with some health benefits that has retained its popularity even during rough economic times.
What if humans could extend their lives just by consuming a particular type of berry?
As consumers embark on exotic vacations to tropical regions of the world, they encounter a number of new foods and beverages.
Orange, lemon and lime were three of the top flavors used by beverage formulators last year, according to Beverage Industry’s 2012 New Product Development Survey.
Beverage manufacturers have more options to choose from these days when developing flavor profiles for new products, but many are sticking to an ingredient with a long-established history — vanilla.
A study of mice with Type 2 diabetes found that a significant amount of coffee consumption could help protect against memory loss associated with advanced diabetes, as well as reduce weight gain and lower blood sugar levels, according to a May 10 article published in New York Daily News.
Hendrick’s Gin invites consumers to experience the world inside its bottle. (Photos by Jennifer Haderspeck)
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This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants.