[Scotland] From edible vegetable soil to craft ice cream and digital dining, the culinary world has seen its fair share of interesting and intriguing new movements; but in 2015, Scotland is set to lead the next global trend with the re-emergence of an ancient and highly nutritional natural ingredient; Scottish Continue reading A shore thing!
[Japan, USA] DIC Corporation today announced the on-schedule completion in August 2015 of a new extraction plant for Linablue®, Spirulina-derived natural blue food coloring. Construction of the plant, which is located on the site of subsidiary Earthrise Nutritionals, LLC, the DIC Group’s U.S. Spirulina* Continue reading DIC Strengthens its Position as the Global Leader for Natural Blue Food Coloring
[USA] The leap from single-celled life to multicellular creatures is easier than we ever thought. And it seems there’s more than one way it can happen.
The mutation of a single gene is enough to transform single-celled brewer’s yeast into a “snowflake” that evolves as a Continue reading One gene may drive leap from single cell to multicellular life
[Barbados] Twleve thousand cubic metres and counting.
That’s how much Sargassum seaweed has been removed from Barbados’ beaches by the National Conservation Commission (NCC) between April and Continue reading 12,000 cubic metres of Sargassum removed
[Central African Republic] BANGUI – Freddy maneuvers his 4×4 with a steady hand, skillfully slaloming between bumps and potholes. Normally, at this time of day, he’d be in his restaurant, the Relais de Chasse (hunting lodge), a popular eatery he runs with an iron grip here in the capital of the Central African Continue reading In Bangui, A grizzled expat feeds hungry kids with algae