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2014/12/16 01:49
2014/12/16 01:49
5d
Cobalt cupcakes and carmine beetlejuice – tracking the colours in E numbers Many consumers are suspicious of food colouring; are they right to worry? Caryna Camerino, with cakes from Camerino...
2014/12/16 01:49
2014/12/16 01:49
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2014/12/08 21:21
2014/12/08 21:21
12d
Drinking two fizzy drinks a day 'raises blood pressure': Chemical in the lining of cans puts heart patients at risk, scientists warn Chemical Bisphenol A is used in the lining for cans and plastic...
2014/12/05 00:03
2014/12/05 00:03
16d
Two weeks ago, president Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi approved the country’s first microfinance law, which, prepared by the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA), will allow companies and NGOs to...
2014/12/02 14:21
2014/12/02 14:21
18d
With health claims unproven and scientists divided on the benefits: Are probiotics just a waste of your money? Last year consumers in the UK spent £740 million on probiotic products Many people who...
2014/11/27 15:17
2014/11/27 15:17
23d
Egypt's insurance industry is gradually returning to normal after the political uprising in 2011, although the recent civil unrest has compelled insurers to make substantial payments. The insurance...
2014/11/25 15:39
2014/11/25 15:39
25d
The bud-galling wasp may be just a few millimetres long, but some scientists believe this small insect could solve a big European problem. They want to use the wasp – Trichilogaster acaciaelongifoliae...
2014/11/20 15:10
2014/11/20 15:10
30d
Kellogg Co., the Battle Creek-based producer of breakfast cereals and Pop Tarts, made a $127 million-offer to buy Egyptian confectionery maker Bisco Misr, outbidding competitor Abraaj Group. Kellogg...
2014/12/16 01:49
2014/12/16 01:49
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