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New heart-healthy corn due in stores by 2007

...reeders to develop other healthy varieties such as popcorn and yellow sweet corn. Scientists bred corn with Eastern gama grass, a purple or orange-bloomed plant, and came up with a corn high in oleic fatty acid -- a type of unsaturated fat that raises levels of good cholesterol to prevent arteries from clo...

Popcorn Workers At Health Risk

...ays that people working in organizations that make popcorn are at a heightened health risk from neutrophilic ..., and sputum induction to 81 workers employed by a popcorn factory. Fifty-nine workers had a history of high exposure to popcorn flavoring vapors, with posit...

PFCAs Detected in the Artic

...an. Their ubiquitous presence is seen in microwave popcorn bags, stain-free carpets, fast-food wrappers, denture cleaners, windshield washer fluid. // Scott Mabury, at the University of Toronto had led a team which has investigated the effect of these chemicals for the past five years. These fluorinated po...

Wholly Ingrained: White or Brown? Food War Going Racist? Get to the Heart of the Matter

...is wholesome, and not by mere looks of it.Oatmeal, popcorn and wild rice are excellent sources of whole grains. Experts opine that one must try to get half the grains from whole grain sources, and the best bet will be substitute one grain for another , instead of just piling on. ...

Cadbury Plans to Dispose Monkhill

...onery manufacturers has decided to sell off its UK popcorn business, Monkhill//. It is basically a London b...d Roses. The Monkhill unit produces the popular UK popcorn brand Butterkist. Cadbury has been manufacturing Butterkist in the UK for over 67 years. In the US...

Subliminal Advertising works

...ught the advertised product. He had tested this on popcorn and Coco-cola. However scientists failed to see his results in the tests they had conducted. Vicary later mentioned that his results were fabricated. A university in Netherlands is now doing research on this. They are now discovering that in right ...

Supermarkets Get Strict With Trans Fat Usage

...ssed and fried foods, including biscuits, muffins, popcorn and ready-made meals. It is formed by hydrogenating the vegetable oil and is converted in to solids. The ill effects of the trans fat were listed by the researchers in the British medical journal. Followed which Marks & Spencer has stopped using hydr...

'Pan'demonium Over Non -stick Pans

...eleased even when non-stick cookware and microwave popcorn bags are subject to normal heat. NICNAS has cautioned consumers against the overheating of non-stick cookware, which would most certainly result in the release of toxins that can have an adverse effect....

Overseeing Agency Indifferent to Workplace Safety in US

...ctor discovered a troubling pattern at a microwave popcorn plant in the town of Jasper. After an additive was modified to produce a more buttery taste, nine workers came down with a rare, life-threatening disease that was ravaging their lungs. After painstaking investigation, scientists at the National Ins...

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