Vitamin E (tocopherol) is a naturally occurring vitamin and is important as an antioxidant in the body; however, too much Vitamin E can cause health effects in animals and humans. Thus, it is important to know the amount of Vitamin E in the diet. Vitamin E can also be manufactured and is termed synthetic Vitamin E. Chemically, there is no difference between natural and synthetic, but there is a difference in how the body utilizes the vitamin.
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Differences with the water's association with the nonaqueous components of the food products can affect the rate of spoilage.READ MORE
Salmonella can be transferred from birds & mammals defecating, and then having that raw or unprocessed manure spread onto fields.READ MORE
Download a copy of Food Label Consultant, Michelle Wright’s, presentation. She came and spoke at our 2017 & 2018 Voices in Food Production Symposium. In her presentation, she spoke about that new proposed GMO labeling requirements from FDA & USDA.READ MORE