Cheerios, But Less Salty

Cheerios, But Less Salty

Most people wouldn’t think of  Cheerios as a salt filled food. They sure don’t taste salty. But a single serving contains 190mg of sodium. That’s almost 10% of the daily maximum allowance and MORE than a serving of Doritos! That’s … Continue reading

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Please Do Your Part to Join the Food Revolution

Please Do Your Part to Join the Food Revolution

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, airing on ABC, has brought nutrition, health and culinary sciences into America’s living room. Love him or hate him, Mr. Oliver has a strong screen presence, a burning passion, and a proven track record of making … Continue reading

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Wanchai Ferry Chinese Frozen TV Dinners – Salt and Sugar Outdo Each Other

Wanchai Ferry Chinese Frozen TV Dinners – Salt and Sugar Outdo Each Other

General Mills published a press release last week heralding a new line of Frozen TV Dinners, branded Wanchai Ferry. The lineup includes 5 flavors: spicy garlic chicken, orange chicken, sweet & spicy shrimp, sweet & sour chicken, and shrimp lo … Continue reading

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Fresh, Frozen or Canned?

Fresh, Frozen or Canned?

A novel campaign across the pond in the UK is promoting frozen fruit and vegetables. The British Frozen Food Federation has put up a giant ice wall in London with frozen produce suspended midair (actually mid-ice). Get Fooducated Download APP … Continue reading

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