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Creating novel food ingredients that enhance existing food products with a side benefit of trimming waistlines is one of the many interesting challenges taken on by food technologists at Massey University.
A once overlooked New Zealand plant is now cultivated to meet global demand for high-grade honey products with medicinal properties.
Embedded in their own slime, biofilms made from clusters of bacteria stick fast to surfaces in the food industry, posing potential hazards.
Brittle bones, fractures and chronic pain are suffered by many ageing women. Specialised nutrition and functional foods could mean reduced reliance on traditional pharmaceutical medications.
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Last updated on Friday 11 November 2016