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La tomate FW13 : vers la tomate hybride de demain ? - Page 2 sur 2

La tomate FW13 : vers la tomate hybride de demain ? - Page 2 sur 2 | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it
La tomate FW13 pourrait-elle être la tomade du futur ? Zoom sur une espèce hybride en voie de création.
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‘Silent revolution’ in biotech farming is overtaking GM, says Greenpeace

‘Silent revolution’ in biotech farming is overtaking GM, says Greenpeace | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it
‘Silent revolution’ in biotech farming is overtaking GM, says Greenpeace

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Monsanto Hired This Guy To Help It Win Over Millennials

Monsanto Hired This Guy To Help It Win Over Millennials | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it
Vance Crowe, 32, has a tough assignment: reach out to millennials, many of whom are skeptical of GMOs. Crowe says the company can do a better job of listening to their concerns.

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Tweeting Tomato Growers: #britishtomatoweek was the trend to follow this year!

Tweeting Tomato Growers: #britishtomatoweek was the trend to follow this year! | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it
On the 19th of May the sun shone across the UK and the Tomato Growers Association started the celebration of its 10th British Tomato Week. The sunshine unfortunately was short lived; however,.....
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Whole Foods to Roll out Rankings for Produce

Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as "good," ''better" or "best" based on the supplier's farming practices. Most notably, the supermarket chain says its "responsibly grown" labeling system for produce and flowers will prohibit the use of...

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Canada's #1 food brand, President's Choice®, removes all artificial flavours and artificial colours

Canada's #1 food brand, President's Choice®, removes all artificial flavours and artificial colours | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it

Loblaw Companies Limited has successfully achieved its pledge to remove all artificial flavours and artificial colours from the full range of more than 4,000 President's Choice® brand products. In recent years, these additives have been associated with consumer concerns around hyperactivity, allergies, and various other serious conditions and diseases*.

 

 


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A Le Marche Chef, the first in History who wrote recipes with tomatoes

A Le Marche Chef, the first in History who wrote recipes with tomatoes | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it

The first use of the tomato inside recipes started, of course, with the wealthy Spain, with an empire able to get the best from the Old and New Worlds, so it was a great success for the forty-year-old Antonio Latini. Native from Collamato of Fabriano in Le Marche, Latini was taken into the kitchen service of Cardinal Antonio Barberini, one of Pope Urban VIII’s numerous nephews and then served as a steward in other noble and ecclesiastical households in Macerata, Bologna, and again in Rome, before being offered the post of steward to Esteban Carrillo y Salcedo, a grandee of Spain and regent to the Spanish viceroy of Naples.
He was now in charge of cooking in Carillo’s villa on the slopes of Vesuvius, overlooking the Bay of Naples, where Carillo "often banqueted with the most noble personages in royal splendor and magnificence." Here Latini was rewarded with the titles of knight of the golden spur and count palatine, dictated his autobiography in 1690, and compiled his masterpiece, Lo scalco alla moderna, published in two volumes a few years before his death in 1696.
On the one hand, it is the culmination of Italian court cooking before the triumph of French cuisine in the eighteenth century. On the other hand, Latini is not afraid to use popular food traditions, from vegetable soups to tripe and other offal; to develop a "new way of cooking without spices," using herbs rather than strong flavorings; and to experiment with newer ingredients, like turkey, chocolate, chilies, maize, and, of course, the tomato. All the dishes in which the tomato appears are indicated as "in the Spanish style" (alla spagnuola).
Latini’s three recipes are the first time tomatoes were used in European culinary literature, they met the increasing demand for condiments and dishes that were flavorful but not based on spices.


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The Scientific Search for the Essence of a Tasty Tomato | Science | WIRED

The Scientific Search for the Essence of a Tasty Tomato | Science | WIRED | Marketing Insights | Scoop.it
Scientists are several steps closer to restoring flavor to the supermarket tomato, a once-magnificent fruit turned by commercial pressures into a juicy orb of gustatory cardboard.
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