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Peanuts, pretzels and soda are complimentary, but if you looking for something a little stronger to help get you through your flight it will cost you a few bucks. What you may not know about that in-flight beer is that the airplane's microclimate dramatically affects its taste. Following on the heels of two international airlines, Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific is teaming up with Hong Kong Brew Co. to develop a made-for-flight craft brew.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Asia Beer By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Did you know that only 10% of the world's perishable food is refrigerated? It may come as a surprise, but the refrigerated trucks and cold storage warehouses ubiquitous in post-industrial developed countries are not the norm in the developing world, where much of global hunger occurs. A study funded by air conditioning and refrigeration giant Carrier suggests that expanding cold chain technology in these countries will benefit farmers, consumers, and the planet.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Shipping / Transportation Cold Chain Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

The demand for eggs is growing following a recent Salmonella outbreak being traced back to Wozniak Poultry Farms in Poland. The European Food Safety Authority now reporting the victim count is topping 350 with 10 countries reporting cases.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Eggs & Incubation Europe Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

In August 2009, an oil well in Australian waters exploded spewing enough oil into the Timor Sea to fill 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools over a 10 week period. Seven years later, more than 13,000 Indonesian seaweed famers are suing for compensation with help from Australian lawyers. With Indonesia being one of the largest seaweed producers in the world, farmers say oil spill devastated their livelihood.

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Posted in: Food Environmental Agriculture Australia Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

If you are bananas for bananas brace yourself, experts say the banana industry could be wiped out within the next five to 10 years. Not one, but three fungal diseases have become a lethal threat for the plant grown in nearly 120 countries. Now the race is on to develop hardier, disease-resistant plants and more effective preventative treatments.

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