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Australians tipping more than ever before: study - Australian Hospitality Magazine

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NEWS.com.au Australians tipping more than ever before: study Australian Hospitality Magazine A University of Melbourne study is suggesting that Australians are tipping more than ever before, with some in the hospitality industry arguing service...
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Australian craft brewer set to expand into growing Indian market | Australian Food News

Australian craft brewer set to expand into growing Indian market | Australian Food News | Hospitality Industry Knowledge | Scoop.it
Local craft brewer The Australian Brewery is about to expand into the global export market after successful negotiations to supply to India.

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Scientists map food security and self-provision of major cities

Scientists map food security and self-provision of major cities | Hospitality Industry Knowledge | Scoop.it
Wealthy capital cities vary greatly in their dependence on the global food market. The Australian capital Canberra produces the majority of its most common food in its regional hinterland, while Tokyo primarily ensures its food ...
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Growing Appalachia, and a Better Food System for America (Op-Ed) - LiveScience.com

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More than 50 million Americans live in food insecure households.
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Foodini 3D food printer customizes and automates your kitchen prep

Foodini 3D food printer customizes and automates your kitchen prep | Hospitality Industry Knowledge | Scoop.it
If you've been waiting for a food replicator in your kitchen, the Foodini 3D food printer might be the closest approximation. Once you provide it the ingre...
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3 Food Swaps That Will Save Your Diet - ABC News

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3 Food Swaps That Will Save Your Diet. By CASSIE SHORTSLEEVE, Men's Health. Dec. 13, 2013. PHOTO: Quinoa is one possible grain alternative for fried rice dishes.
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This gives an insite into some of the foods that can help improve our diet.

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Most Australian adults want fast food chains like McDonald's, KFC, 'to stop ... - Yahoo!7 News

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Most Australian adults are unhappy with fast food chains sponsoring children's sport, new research shows.
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Food industry needs tax breaks, says Davis - The Australian

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Food industry needs tax breaks, says Davis The Australian He has also pushed for accelerated depreciation for new manufacturing investments in food and for Australia to follow the American example on anti-dumping practices by putting the burden of...
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Side effects: Food traders demand end to PTI's 'harassment' – The ...

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Claim NATO blockade hurting non-Afghan Transit Trade between the two countries.
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Enforcing food quality and safety standards in Brazil - Phys.org

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The globalization of production in the food and beverage sectors has brought increasingly stringent product quality and safety regulations, with sometimes Darwinian results. Leading firms in the international production line ...
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Great Lakes Food Supply Dropping, New Study Finds - Wunderground.com (blog)

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'The benefits of Italian life can't be matched'

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American Greg Culver moved to Lake Como with his wife and baby daughter, putting their careers on hold to soak up the Italian culture and learn the language. He tells The Local how they fell in love with the food and scenery of northern Italy, and why the wine might persuade them to stay longer than planned.


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Here is a summary of their interview: I have quickly developed a deep love for northern Italy, from the rolling hills of Piemonte to the breathtaking Dolomite mountain range. But Lake Como somehow stands out, even against this beautiful backdrop .
I would suggest that anyone visiting the lake allow plenty of time to experience all the different towns along its shores. From Como to Lecco and then Bellagio to Menaggio - you’re guaranteed to experience something new each and every time.
We have completely removed fast food from our diets - she has never seen the inside of a McDonalds or Burger King. Olive oil has replaced butter and fruit has replaced dessert. The Mediterranean diet is something we hope sticks with her forever.
Both my wife and I have grown fond of the lifestyle and our family life here in Italy. Sometimes the differences between our native America and Italy can be frustrating (lack of conveniences, for example), but the benefits of living in Italy cannot be matched anywhere in the world.
We are learning more about food, wine and history than five lifetimes of books could offer in our native country.