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The gluten-free foods market report explains and segments the concerned market in North America with analysis and projection of revenue.
Gluten-free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza honored as “original and downright fun” Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 17, 2014 Smart Flour Foods™ has been chosen
Washington State University researchers have found “the most famous wheat gene,” a reproductive traffic cop of sorts that can be used to transfer valuable genes from other plants to wheat.
Angelic Bakehouse, a leading producer of sprouted whole grain breads and crusts, continues to expand distribution of Flatzza™, its sprouted whole grain pizza crust, at Whole Foods Market locations
Flour Girl Kitchen announces the release of their new non-stick baking mats with fun and inspirational messages Meridian, ID (PRWEB) August 30, 2014
A new article on the website Vinamy.com called “What is Gluten: Three Things You Need to Know Before Adopting a Gluten-Free Diet” covers a lot of information which readers need to know about
Carol Fenster, a pioneering expert in gluten-free cooking, offers a new cookbook—100 Best Quick Gluten-Free Recipes (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014)—that makes it easier to quickly prepare
Los Angeles Superior County Case #BC555670, a lawsuit filed on August 22, 2014, by Custodio & Dubey, LLP, a California based law firm, alleges that The Kroger Co.
Angelic Bakehouse, a leading producer of sprouted whole grain breads, buns, flatbreads and pizza crusts, continues its rapid expansion with the addition of the Flatzza™ Buddy, a smaller version
Cash crop is a term used to reference a profitable crop for farmers. Plants like cotton and tobacco are a few cash crops farmer tend to deal with. These crops do not stay with the farmer for their livestock feed or used in the home, rather, in many cases they are exported; thus creating revenue for the farmer. The price of cash crops is largely based on supply and demand in more developed countries, where the supply is actually coming from lesser developed areas. When a bumper crop, that...
Aaron Aaronsohn (1876-May 15, 1919) was a renowned Romanian-born Jewish agronomist, botanist, traveler, entrepreneur, and Zionist politician. He was born in BacÄƒu, Romania, and brought Palestine, then part of the Turkish Ottoman Empire, at the age of six, when his parents were among the founders of Zichron Yaakov, one of the pioneer Jewish agricultural settlements of the First Aliyah. After his study in France, Aaron Aaronsohn botanically mapped Palestine and its surroundings and...
- A political dynamiter.