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Chia – The Super Seed

Published on Jul 19, 2017

Chia seeds are becoming a huge part of the health food scene. Food products such as peanut butter, granola bars, smoothies, and yogurts are products marketed with added chia seeds to gain consumer attention.


How did that powder come about?

Published on Jul 18, 2017

Do you eat out and wonder about what you are eating or where it came from? Are you a consumer who pays attention to the nutrition label on a package and tries to understand what it all means? Going beyond just the layout of the nutrition label but also what is there and why it’s there is explained a bit further on our Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label Page. but if you dig deeper and truly want to know what it is that you are eating and how it is processed, let’s talk about the foods that include seasonings, flavors, and fortified blends that give you that awesome sensation when you eat or drink your favorite product.


Hump Day Every Day! Drink Camel's Milk!

Published on Jul 17, 2017

Have you ever seen a dairy farm full of camels, camels grazing on open pasteurs, or your neighborhood grocery store selling “hump milk”?  Well, don’t be surprised if your next carton of healthy milk comes from a camel!  

Go Green with Avocado Oil!

Published on May 30, 2017

Avocados are large berries that enclose a single seed. This fruit is also known as an alligator pear because of its shape and coarse appearance. Avocados are a nutrient dense food with high amounts of vitamins A,B, E, and K. Avocados a good source of potassium. One half of an avocado actually has 65 mg more potassium than a banana!  It also contains a good amount of fiber. As for antioxidants, avocados are rich in glutathione. The National Cancer Institute exclaims that about 30 grams of glutathione are in avocados. Glutathione has been found to block a variety of different carcinogens.


Basic Variables of Spray Drying

Published on May 26, 2015

The basic principle of spray drying hinges on water removal but how you remove that water can make a significant difference on the product quality.