Blog: A wee bit odd
Catherine Sleep | 22 July 2004
Remember those indestructible sandwiches prototyped for the US Army last year? Well, they’ve gone one better now. Scientists have developed a dried food ration that can be rehydrated using any fluid. Yup, that’s any fluid you care to name, be it muddy ditchwater or even your own, ahem, waste water.
The meal comes in a pouch that filters out 99.9% of bacteria and most toxic chemicals. Most, but not all. So far it comes in just one variety: chicken and rice. But let’s face it, if you’re in open warfare and supping your own urine along with it, having a varied diet is probably the least of your worries.
Danone completed its US$12.5bn acquisition of WhiteWave Foods this week. The move will roughly double Danone's presence in North America, where WhiteWave is a top four dairy player. ...
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Hain Celestial, under the scrutiny of the investment community in recent months and facing some challenges in its domestic market, has announced another shuffling of its management pack....
FrieslandCampina, which today served up higher profits but lower sales for 2016, is ready to offload the last non-dairy business owned by the Dutch cooperative giant....
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