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Slowdown in food inflation set to ease burden
Average middle-income earners spend 28% of their salary on food, so the stable inflation environment will bring much-needed relief at the till, say economists, who have noted slight improvements in the prices of staples such as bread and cereal.
Deaths from listeriosis outbreak now top 100
The National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) announced on Tusesday that the number of confirmed listeriosis cases is now 852‚ and 107 people have died‚ the death rate - based on the outcome data for 355 cases - now sitting at 30%.
Improving efficiency of water heating for the food manufacturing industry
Among manufacturing sectors in Australia, food makers trail only behind the mining industry as the biggest spenders on energy.The combination of inefficient energy spending and...
Genetic tweak makes plants use 25 Percent less water
Researchers on Tuesday unveiled a genetic modification that enables plants to use a quarter less water with scant reduction in yield.
How Cape Town’s water crisis could hit construction in the city
With a number of major developments currently underway in Cape Town, its becoming increasing clear that day zero – the day that the taps officially run dry – could have a major impact on the region’s construction industry.
Vincent Pallotti installs own water filtration plant
Life Vincent Pallotti Hospital is the first private hospital in the Western Cape to go completely off the grid since the installation of its water filtration plant.
Drought nails potatoes onions and fruit
“We have to work with farmers now to find out how best we can support them to stay on-farm and support the industry as a whole‚” Winde said.
South Africa introduces sugar tax
South Africa’s Sugary Beverages Levy has come into effect this week, and is expected to raise the price of sugary soft drinks.
7 foods a food safety expert never eats
“If I had a rule that I follow, it’s that I eat things that are well-cooked or that are cold, because bacteria tend to not do well at hot temperatures and tend to not grow at cold temperatures,” Marler told TODAY. “There’s just some good common sense when you’re not controlling t
Government will support listeria litigation says Motsoaledi
The Department of Health says it will help families who want to take legal action against companies that sold products containing the listeria bacteria. A hundred and 80 people have been killed by the disease since December last year.
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