USA: Putting the fizz back into food
In a bid to add some sparkle to conventional food products, innovative manufacturers are adding carbon dioxide. Cheap, soluble and easy to use, the natural gas is enjoying a contemporary resurgence after decades of negative associations with teeth-rotting sugary pops, and consumers can now expect to find the fizzy sensation while eating fruit, breakfast cereal or even milk.
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