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  Research suggests parts of UK could be too hot for wine making by 2080
Increasing summer temperatures could mean some parts of southern England are too hot to grow vines for making wine by 2080, according to a new book launched today (26 May 2008).

  FRIED FOOD CAN MUTATE YOUR GENES, STUDY FINDS
Acrylamides, cancer-causing agents recently found in some fried and baked foods, can damage the DNA by causing a spectrum of mutations, researchers have reported.

  U.S. AND THE U.N. AT WAR OVER SUGAR GUIDELINES
The United States has accused the United Nations food and health bodies of failing to get their science right in a report that calls for limiting sugar intake for health reasons.

  ITALIAN CHEFS KNEW IT ALL ALONG: COOKING PLUMP RED TOMATOES BOOSTS DISEASE-FIGHTING, NUTRITIONAL POWER, CORNELL RESEARCHERS SAY
Cooking tomatoes -- such as in spaghetti sauce -- makes the fruit heart-healthier and boosts its cancer-fighting ability. All this, despite a loss of vitamin C during the cooking process, say Cornell food scientists. The reason: cooking substantially raises the levels of beneficial compounds called phytochemicals.

  COMPOSTING PLASTIC
An Australian development means there will be one less thing to feel guilty about when you indulge in biscuits or chocolate - you will be able to put the packaging in the compost.

  CHEMICAL INDUSTRY HELPED BY SMALL INVISIBLE TUBE
Chemists at Utrecht University have developed a catalyst for fine chemistry. Tiny tubes of graphite are the carrier for this catalyst. PhD student Tijmen Ros successfully tested the catalyst with a standard reaction. Fellow researchers are now making the catalyst suitable for the production of cinnamon alcohol, an aromatic substance and flavouring.

  PUTTING ORANGE JUICE UNDER PRESSURE
Australian food scientists say subjecting orange juice to intense pressure can keep it fresh for three months.

  OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD
In its new publication, the Senate commission deals with issues concerning the objectives, application and legal framework of green genetic engineering. It comments on conceivable risks resulting from the cultivation and consumption of genetically modified plants or food and refers to safety precautions to protect the consumer. The statement focuses on food from transgenic plants. Animal food is to be dealt with at a later point in a separate publication.

  TOO MUCH SOY COULD LEAD TO KIDNEY STONES
New research indicates that soybeans and soy-based foods, a staple in the diets of many health-conscious consumers, may promote kidney stones in those prone to the painful condition. The finding will be published in the September issue of the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Chemical Society, the worlds largest scientific society.


 

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