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Italian Olives Recalled from Canada

International food importer Excelsior Foods is calling back tubs of olives produced by Italian firm Marcella's Garden.// There are fears by the food company as well as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that the olives might contain the bacterial species responsible for the type of food poi...

FDA Urgently Warns Consumers About Health Risks of Potentially Contaminated Olives

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is alerting consumers to possible serious health risks// from eating olives that may be contaminated with a deadly bacterium, Clostridium botulinum. C. botulinum can cause botulism, a potentially fatal illness. The olives are made by Charlie Brown di Ruti...

Maggiano's Little Italy(R) Celebrates Sixth Annual 'Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish(R)' in Chicago

...matoes in a light lemon butter sauce. Seared Shrimp al' Arrabbiata - pan-seared shrimp tossed with roasted peppers, fresh garlic, capers and olives in a homemade spicy tomato sauce and served over tender orzo pasta. Berry Tiramisu - a decadent seasonal twist on our classic dessert, lay...

Beat Stress for Free: MSN Encourages Americans to Take It Out on the Treadmill

... "Is this food zapping my energy and health, or is it making me stronger?" Choose nutritious substitutions whenever possible -- nuts instead of candy, olives instead of crackers, brown rice or whole-wheat pasta over refined -- and eat more fruit. Order reduced meat and add more veggies such as tomatoes and ...

Antioxidant-Rich Foods Lose Nutritional Luster Over Time

...of the oil that had been produced within 24 hours of having been plucked as olives from two groves located in the Apulia region of Italy. After analyzing t.... "This is true whether we're talking about the actual food -- for example, olives -- or whether it is the olive oil derived from the food. The question shoul...

Maslinic acid provides a natural defense against colon cancer

...tumoral properties. Low concentrations of maslinic acid are to be found in plants with medicinal properties, but its concentration in the waxy skin of olives may be as high as 80%. The results of the study could contribute to the development of maslinic acid for use as cancer chemotherapeutic or chemopr...

Dr. Susan Lark's Squalane Now Made From Olives, Not Sharks

...e. The new line will contain squalane sourced from olives rather than sharks. Pot...e. The new line will contain squalane sourced from olives rather than sharks. The first new product, cal...sult of the olive oil industry. After pressing the olives to obtain olive oil, the leftover material is then...

New anti-cancer components of extra-virgin olive oil revealed

...cer cells". Extra-virgin olive oil is the oil that results from pressing olives without the use of heat or chemical treatments. It contains phytochemicals ...ant amounts of lignans and secoiridoids as long as they have been consuming olives and extra-virgin oil, strongly suggest that these polyphenols might provide...

Phenols in Quality Olive Oil Suppress Breast Cancer Gene

... of breast cancer. Extra-virgin olive oil, which is produced by pressing olives without the use of heat or chemical treatments, contains phytochemicals tha...ant amounts of lignans and secoiridoids as long as they have been consuming olives and extra-virgin oil, strongly suggest that these polyphenols might provide...

Dieticians & Nutritionists Concerned Economic Downturn Will Effect Patient Health and Diets.

...ee is comprised of two canneries and thousands of family farmers, who raise olives on about 27,000 acres of orchards that crisscross the warm inland valleys of California. California produces over 95% of the olives grown in the US. The California Olive growers suggest that penny-pi...
Olives in Biological News

A compound extracted from olives inhibits cancer cells growth and prevents their appearance

A research group of the University of Granada has found out that maslinic acid, a compound present in the leaf and the olive skin wax extracted from alpeorujo (crushed olive pulp), has the capacity of preventing cancer as well as regulating apoptosis in carcinogenic processes. Maslinic acid is ...

Saltwater olives

BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL - The news that olives are sources of "good fat" has increased worldwide demand for the luscious, versatile fruits. Olives have become extremely popular, enjoyed as condiments, appetizers, spreads, and additions to salads and sauces. Their heart-healthy oil has is also enjoying ...
Olives in Biological Technology

Powered by olive stones? Turning waste stones into fuel

...dition of the Society of Chemical Industry's (SCI) Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology . "The low cost of transporting and transforming olives stones make them attractive for biofuels," says researcher Sebastin Snchez. Bioethanol is increasingly used in cars, but its production from food c...
Olives in Biological Definition

Fermentation

...ickling the acid produced by the dominant bacteria inhibit the growth of all other microorganisms. Fermentated foods, by region World wide: olives , vinegar , wine , yoghurt Asia India: achar , gundruk , Indian pickles South East Asia : asinan , bai-ming , belacan , burong mang...
Olives in Biological Dictionary

Pons

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