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Fate of France's Cheeses in Doubt as Producers Cite Health Risks

The fate of one of France's best-loved cheeses is in question after the two biggest manufacturers of "real Camembert" -- the traditional variety made with untreated "raw" milk -- stopped production, citing health risks for the consumer. To the fury of purists, Lactalis and the Isigny Cooperat...

Hispanic Cheese May Prevent Obesity

...ains less calories, fat and cholesterol than other cheeses such as Cheddar, Mozzarella, or processed cheese p...eat interest in exploring the benefits of Hispanic cheeses because of obesity problems that children and adul...click the following link: Nutrition facts for 7 cheeses . About Castro Cheese Founded in 1971,...

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race at Dover International Speedway Named the "Autism Speaks 400, presented by Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips & Cheese"

...hild with autism. To learn more about Autism Speaks, visit Autism Speaks . About Heluva Good!® Heluva Good!® brand real sour cream dips, cheeses and condiments have held a reputation for quality and taste for more than 75 years. The Heluva Good! name has been as much a promise as a brand name a...

Weight Watchers(R) Expands Licensed Food Categories with Launch of New Baked Goods, Frozen Novelty and Cheese Products to Encourage a More Sensible Lifestyle

...ces. The new Weight Watchers sweet baked goods, frozen novelties and cheeses offer convenient choices for every taste and are currently available in maj...ps Peanut Butter Delight 2-pack cups cheeses so versatile that they can be added as a "pick-me-up" to almost any meal: ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- March 4, 2009

...nits, or peptides, responsible for the complex, long-lasting flavor of the popular cheese. That discovery could lead to development of more flavorful cheeses and other dairy products. Their study is in the current issue of ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry , a bi-weekly publication. Thomas...

Photo: March Forth Into Spring with a Healthy Approach to Diet and Exercise

...dar Cheese. For another version, core the apples, cut them crosswise into rings, spread with peanut butter and sprinkle with grated cheddar. Hard cheeses like cheddar are rich in protein and calcium, and kids need about 1300 milligrams of calcium every day to help build strong bones and teeth. Raw apple...

Preparing To Send Your Children Off To School? Healthy Breakfast, Lunch and Snack Ideas From Cabot(R) Can Contribute to a Better, More Productive School Year

...50% Reduced Fat Sharp Cheddar (4 ounces) 2 teaspoons powdered Ranch dressing mix 4 large whole-wheat tortillas 12 slices Canadian bacon 1. Combine cheeses and dressing mix; divide evenly among tortillas, spreading to edges. Place three bacon slices along center of each tortilla. 2. Roll up tortillas ti...

Sorrento(R) Cheese Launches First Omega-3 Cheese on the Market

...nto(R), the brand known for offering consumers its delicious, fresh-tasting cheeses with more than just basic nutrition, is introducing the Sorrento(R) +Plus S...ese, Cheddar Cheese Sticks, Colby Jack Sticks and Pepper Jack Sticks. These cheeses offer kids and adults a delicious, fresh tasting snack that's great for lun...

Old dogs: Prior knowledge affects how consumers accept new information

...tte cheese that was mild and creamy, and a purple rind Drunken Goat cheese that was much stronger tasting and dry. They then had participants rate the cheeses on a scale of mild to strong to induce the association with an orange rind and a mild flavored cheese. A control group also tasted two different types...

A Whole New Sandwich Debuts in the Freezer Aisle: LEAN POCKETS(R) Brand Introduces Latest Whole Grain Varieties

...d turkey and ham with cheese wrapped in a crispy, whole grain crust. -- *NEW* Three Cheese & Broccoli: Low fat mozzarella, cheddar and Romano cheeses blended with broccoli in a crispy, whole grain crust. -- *NEW* Chicken, Broccoli & Cheddar: Tender white meat chicken breast, combined with crisp...
Cheeses in Biological News

Wonderful cheese is all in the culture

... the cheese, ripening it from the outside in. Other popular smear-ripened cheeses on the Christmas cheeseboard include Port de Salut, Livarot, Taleggio, Limb...lecular techniques to classify the bacteria. Traditionally, smear-ripened cheeses such as Reblochon are exposed to a starter culture, a live mixture containi...

New cell-based sensors sniff out danger like bloodhounds

...xample, cell-based sensors could detect the presence of harmful bacteria in ground beef or spinach, or detect the local origin of specialty foods like cheeses or wines. In the pharmaceutical industry they could identify the most promising medicines in advance of animal and human trials, increasing cost-effec...

Social habits of cells may hold key to fighting diseases

...to flesh-eating bacteria or cause human diseases such as strep throat and rashes, whereas others are completely safe and are used in the production of cheeses and yoghurts. Its hoped the work will lead not only to greater understanding of how wrong networks lead to disease, but also to the production of d...
Cheeses in Biological Technology

Clinical Pharmacology Study With AZILECT(R) (Rasagiline Tablets) Demonstrated It Does Not Increase Tyramine Sensitivity

... selegiline and placebo. Tyramine is an amino acid found in certain foods and beverages, including some air-dried and fermented meats, some aged cheeses and most soybean products. Nonselective MAO inhibitors, such as phenelzine sulfate, interfere with the breakdown and elimination of tyramine in the bo...

Martek Announces First Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...cchia Malga mozzarella cheese (Italy); Good Bread Ltd.'s Slice of Health Omega-3(TM) bread (India); Corman's Balade Light Butter and Balade Fresh cheeses (Belgium) U.S. and International Launches - Celebrate Life Nutrition's Celebrate (TM) Chocolate Classics and Celebrate (TM) Chocolate C...

Cooked ham with a 39 day shelf life

...et processors are looking at new technologies to extend shelf life and open up new European markets for pork products. "Many dairy products such as cheeses and yoghurts and some fermented meat products already use lactic acid producing bacteria to protect and preserve their products, and we know these are...

CATI signs agreement for food processing technology

...ent annually, making it a profitable field for the new milk. "We feel the market is strong with very little competition," Salinas said. Hispanic cheeses will only be a starting point for Alliance, however. Since the technology is milk-based, it can be used throughout the entire dairy industry in produc...
Cheeses in Biological Dictionary

Grana

... originally referred to a class of hard, mature cheeses from Italy which have a granular texture and are often used for grating. These cheeses are typically made in the form of large drums. The... originally referred to a class of hard, mature cheeses from Italy which ... grana . Definition from W...
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