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Magnesium chloride uses in Farming/Agriculture

Plant growth requires nutrients found in atmosphere and soil. Plants depend on primary nutrients nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and secondary nutrients calcium and magnesium. Micronutrients boron, copper, manganese chloride, zinc, etc. bring total elements needed for plant growth to 16, not including trace nutrients cobalt, selenium, and silica that also support growth.

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How Leak Detection Innovations Are Saving Food Companies Money

Advancing technology is improving the food industries at a phenomenal rate. Perhaps one area that doesn’t garner enough detection is leak detection equipment. A number of innovations over the last decade have helped businesses like cafeterias and food and beverage packaging plants protect their stock and reduce their costs associated with storing it.

Computerization, Miniaturization and Integration

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The Quality of Cafeteria Equipment is just as importance as the food itself

Every year, the relevance of nutrition as it relates to improving a student’s ability to learn is emphasized, and while the type of food that is served is immensely important, the type of equipment that is used as part of the food storage and preparation process is equally important. Any reputable nutritionist will confirm that how a meal is prepared is extremely relevant to ensure that the meal will be healthy and nutritious. Additionally, some equipment is much more difficult to clean, which can also lead to health issues. Choosing the right restaurant equipment Toronto for a school cafeteria is essential to creating the capacity to prepare healthy meals for students.

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Healthy Foods To Offer By Corporate Catering Services

Hiring a service to provide food for your event is a convenient and elegant way to provide lunch to staff and clients. Our service takes away the stress factor involved when trying to organize a large corporate meal for staff and associates of the company. With no detail being left behind, a corporate catering Toronto services will ensure that everything is provided for a beautiful meal along with servers who will take care of those being served.

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CAMPUS SPOTLIGHT: MCGILL

The Campus Food Systems Project got it start at McGill University in 2009. Over the past five years there have […]

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THE WORLD’S LARGEST FAIRTRADE BROWNIE!

McGill’s Food and Dining Services has a rather odd tradition – start every year off with a record-breaking food project. […]

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STUDENTS FOR GOOD FOOD FOR ALL: INTRO WEBINAR

In order to launch the program application process, Meal Exchange hosted a webinar to introduce Students for Good Food for […]

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JOIN US: BEYOND CAMPUS FOOD BANKS WEBINAR!

No student should have to choose between buying food and buying textbooks, but far too many do every year. In […]

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GOOD FOODS WEEK CELEBRATIONS AT UNBC

How do you make building local, equitable and just food systems on the forefront of everyone campus community members’ mind? […]

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A “POCKET” FARMERS’ MARKET AT CAPILANO U

Summer flashed by and it’s time to “fall” back into the student routine again. With this in mind, the Foodworks […]

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Posted on December 3, 2015 by admin

CASE STUDIES FROM SHARED OPPORTUNITIES ON INSTITUTIONAL LAND

Project SOIL is a feasibility study that explores the potential of on-site food production for public institutions through arrangements with […]

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COMING UP WITH A CANADIAN FOOD POLICY

Watch this very important talk by Food Secure Canada’s Executive Director Diana Bronson. In this TedX Talk, Diana discusses how food […]

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FORKS HELPING FARMS

Small-scale farmers, fishers and foragers provide about 70% of the world’s food (ETC, 2009). Bon Appetit Management Company respects the hard […]

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Posted on December 3, 2015 by admin

APPLY FOR FUNDING TO ATTEND CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF FOOD STUDIES CONFERENCE – MAY 2015

The Canadian Association of Food Studies (CAFS) meets annually as a part of Congress to share emerging research, connect and […]

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