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Food Technology magazine editors showcase all their favorite things related to food and science, including delicious recipes.

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Statistics and infographics on water usage in food production and agriculture Technology Magazines, Food Technology, Daily Water, Statistics, Agriculture, Fresh Water, Infographics, Info Graphics, Infographic Illustrations

Water and Food Production

Statistics and infographics on water usage in food production and agriculture

The Dannon Company Makes Significant Year One Progress Toward Partnership For A Healthier America Commitment Technology Magazines, Food Technology, E 10, First Year, Nutrition Education, Business News, America, Healthy, How To Make

The Dannon Company Makes Significant Year One Progress Toward Partnership For A Healthier America Commitment

/PRNewswire/ -- Today at the 2015 Building a Healthier Future Summit, The Dannon Company announced significant progress in three of the four goals of its...

Poll: Scientists overwhelmingly think GMOs are safe to eat. The public doesn't. (Pew Research Center) Of course it's important to note that popularity doesn't equal truth, this is to debunk the idea that lots of scientists oppose GMO's. Science Guy, Data Science, Technology Magazines, Food Technology, Public Health, Global Warming, Genetics, Scientists, Climate Change

Public and Scientists’ Views on Science and Society

The public and scientists express strikingly different views about science-related issues, yet both groups agree that K-12 STEM education in America falls behind other nations.

‘National moral disgrace’: Over 1 in 5 US children on food stamps & living in poverty — RT USA Technology Magazines, Food Technology, Food Stamps, The More You Know, God Bless America, Data Visualization, Embedded Image Permalink, The Guardian, Economics

U.S. Census Bureau In 2014, an estimated 16 million children, or about one in five, received food stamp assistance compared with the roughly 9 million children, or one in eight, that received this form of assistance prior to the recession.

Recipe: Roasted Broccoli & Marinated Potato Salad By: Rouge Tomate's Senior Culinary Nutritionist Kristy Del Coro and Executive Chef Jeremy Bearman Food Technology's Culinary Point of View Food Technology, Executive Chef, Culinary Arts, The Dish, Broccoli, Potato Salad, Interview, Yummy Food, Nutrition

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After studying history in college, Kristy Del Coro’s passion for food and nutrition led her to pursue her M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from NYU. Armed with her Registered Dietician credential, she still longed to enhance her culinary skills. So, while working as a clinical dietician at a cancer center she enrolled in night classes to acquire her Culinary Arts degree. Now, as the Senior Culinary Nutritionist at Michelin-starred Rouge Tomate in New York City, she has the ability to combine her…