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Why FoodWrite Ltd ?

March 5, 2015 smitsa 0

Welcome From FoodWrite ! FoodWrite Ltd. loves helping businesses achieve their market potential, make the best business decisions and improve their profits ! We like being your food consultant […]

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Electrospun Fibres For Food

June 22, 2018 smitsa 1

Encapsulation for the food and pharmaceutical industries has been with us for many years – new immobilization methods, new carrier materials and different methods for […]

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The Benefits Of Red Peppers

June 20, 2018 smitsa 0

The red pepper known as paprika (Capsicum annuum L.) is a very colourful vegetable which rivals the tomato for vividness and hue in its red colour. […]

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Eucommia ulmoides (Du Zhong)

June 20, 2018 smitsa 0

Du Zhong (Eucommia ulmoides Oliver) is an important medicinal plant found in China. It is the only member of the genus Eucommia and is found […]

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The Differences Between Archaea And Bacteria

June 20, 2018 smitsa 1

In microbiology, even in food microbiology it is important to know the differences between certain classes of microorganisms. One important grouping concerns the prokaryotes which […]

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The Benefits Of Common Chicory (Endive)

June 19, 2018 smitsa 0

Common chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) is herbaceous plant belonging to the Asteraceae family. It has spread all over the world and is especially common in temperate […]

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The Biochemistry Of Cytokines

June 15, 2018 smitsa 0

Cytokines are cell signalling molecules that help cell to cell communication in immune responses. They stimulate the movement of cells towards sites of inflammation, infection […]

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Beany Notes And Off-Flavours In Pulses

June 14, 2018 smitsa 0

Beany notes and off-flavours are a major turn-off for many who want to adopt a more vegetarian diet. Pulses, especially peas and beans are very […]

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Why We Should be Worried About Vibrio Vulnificus

June 13, 2018 smitsa 0

For many flesh-eating bugs sound like a total nightmare. The idea that a bacteria could kill some-one by ‘eating’ them alive sounds like a horror […]

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The Benefits Of Castor Oil

June 12, 2018 smitsa 0

Castor oil is a vegetable oil used widely in cosmetic and medical sciences. The oil is extracted from the seeds of the Ricinus communis plant […]

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Avena Sativa Kernel Meal

June 12, 2018 smitsa 0

What Is It ? Avena sativa is the scientific name for the cereal, oats. Oats are not only good for us nutritionally because oat bran […]

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Lanolin Is Often Found In Skin Lotions

June 12, 2018 smitsa 0

Lanolin is a common ingredient of skin products and an important one for helping to keep skin free of bacteria and fungi. In skin lotions […]

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Harungana

June 11, 2018 smitsa 0

Harungana might not be an ingredient on everybody’s lips but it might be something you see in your skin creams. It is claimed to ‘redensify […]

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The Food Safety Issues Of Salmonella

June 10, 2018 smitsa 0

Salmonellosis is one of the most unpleasant food borne diseases we can suffer. It was described back in 1984 as a ‘new and significant threat […]

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Biodegradeable Polyester Particles For Encapsulation – Polylactic Acid

May 29, 2018 smitsa 0

Many advanced drug delivery systems have started using biodegradeable polyesters. These materials are based on matrices of poly(ε‐caprolactone) (PCL), poly(lactic acid) (PLA) and poly(lactic‐co‐glycolic acid) […]

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Complex Coacervates: Materials, Applications And Technology

May 28, 2018 smitsa 0

Coacervation is a microencapsulation technology which has the benefits over other forms of encapsulation of allowing very high ‘payloads’ which are achievable up to 99%. […]

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Camphor And Camphor Oil

May 25, 2018 smitsa 0

Camphor oil is an important commodity for many  people. The Chinese especially use it for  particularly medicinal purposes. Properties The therapeutic properties of camphor oil […]

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The Shiitake Mushroom

May 23, 2018 smitsa 0

The shiitake [Lentinula edodes] mushroom is one of the most popular edible mushrooms in China and other parts of East Asia. It is increasingly important […]

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The Asian Pear (Pyrus pyrifolia)

May 17, 2018 smitsa 0

If you are fortunate enough to be offered a russett looking pear in Asia, it will no doubt me a sign of honour to the […]

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Glasshouse Red Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae)

May 16, 2018 smitsa 0

The Glasshouse red Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae) is a common sap-feeding pest that affects many plants grown in the greenhouse and indeed the garden generally. […]

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Blossom End Rot

May 16, 2018 smitsa 0

From time to time the gardener is blighted by dark brown patches appearing at the end of certain soft fruit. Tomatoes, peppers and aubergines all […]

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