As global warming appears to be taking its toll and with German
farmers alone predicted to lose up to 80 per cent of their crops
due to the Europe-wide heatwave this summer, scientists from the
University of Bonn in Germany claim...
Both Brazil and Argentina continue to increase their production and
export figures this year, reports the American Soybean Association,
news which falls in line with forecasts that South America will
become the world's main soybean...
Thirteen leading nutrition experts have been appointed to the
committee responsible for reviewing the national dietary guidelines
in 2005, and with recent reports from the IoM and WHO, they are
likely to propose some revisions.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will begin sorting through
industry's comments on its proposal on good manufacturing practices
for dietary supplements. Will it take into account higher than
Dutch retailer Ahold has said that consolidated sales for the
second quarter of €13.0 billion for its global sales represented a
decline of 12.4 per cent compared to the €14.8 billion generated in
the second quarter 2002. Analysts...