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Not everyone’s fond of algae – whether it’s clogging up waterways or wrapped around sushi. But as yet more cool uses for aquatic vegetables surface, even the slime-averse might become algalytes.
With lupin markets on an upswing thanks to the legume's newfound health benefits, more farmers might want to consider planting this useful- and potentially profitable- rotational crop.
Which nations are best positioned to profit from the worldwide trend towards buying ‘organic’? The answers, as detailed in a new global report, might surprise you.
A bioactive component in ‘emu bush’, a plant Aboriginals have used medicinally and in smoking rituals for millennia, has been found by Australian scientists to be a potent antimicrobial agent that can be used to treat everything from skin ailments to staph infections.
Academics from The University of Sydney and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology are part of a growing global field of food analysis that is finding new, effective ways to isolate, identify and quantify the beneficial components of health-promoting foods and natural remedies....