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Asahi thirsty for more overseas deals after SABMiller purchases

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Asahi Group Holdings Ltd wants to grow its overseas business to about a third of sales with more acquisitions after agreeing to buy about US$11 billion of SABMiller Plc’s brands as Japan’s largest brewer seeks to offset a falling beer market at home. 561 more words

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Report

The journalist that was here a couple of weeks ago, Hanna Dahlström, has published her article about koji and tempeh or mold in food production. It’s in swedish.

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Gardening

Koji — the Biggest Food Trend of 2017?

Story at-a-glance –

  • Optimizing your gut health with fermented and fiber-rich foods is a foundational step if you seek to achieve good health. Addressing your gut flora is also important for most health conditions, be they acute or chronic…
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DIATETICS

Clean

I keep things pretty clean when making koji, but I don’t sterilize like one would do in laboratory conditions. The mold grows strong and keeps competitors from establishing. 122 more words

Gardening

Rotation

While the koji mold is growing for 2 days, I take the trays out twice a day in order to mix the grain around. This incorporates air into the mix and redistributes the grain, as some of it may have dried out a little bit too much and some may be too damp. 41 more words

Gardening

Koji — the Biggest Food Trend of 2017?


By Dr. Mercola Slowly but surely, consumer behavior is changing in regard to food. Many have started embracing more traditional foods and are relearning ancient culinary methods such as fermenting.1 This may be one of the most positive food trends we’ve seen in many decades, as fermented foods are really important for optimal gut health. 112 more words

Koji — the Biggest Food Trend of 2017?


By Dr. Mercola Slowly but surely, consumer behavior is changing in regard to food. Many have started embracing more traditional foods and are relearning ancient culinary methods such as fermenting.1 This may be one of the most positive food trends we’ve seen in many decades, as fermented foods are really important for optimal gut health. 112 more words