NORWAY: Vikings' refrigeration know-how could cut food industry's costs
Norwegian researchers are looking to 1000-year-old refrigeration techniques employed by the Vikings in a bid to save the food industry millions of dollars a year. The Vikings spent months onboard longboats, and would take with them water from peat moss bogs because it stayed fresh. Food would also be preserved by Scandinavian fishermen with the help of peat moss.
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