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The Bio-Label is the Most Popular Label in Germany

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The Bio-Label as a Seal of Organic Quality The Bio-Label is the most popular in Germany and other German-speaking countries. Founded in 2011, it mainly labels food made from (more than 95 %) organically grown products and includes several production standards. The use of synthetic chemical inputs such as fertilizers, …

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Superfood Spirulina – Good or Bad?

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What is spirulina? Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae also called cyanobacteria. It grows naturally in oceans and salty lakes basically in South and Middle America, Africa and Australia. Due to its high amount of chlorophyll a, it is able to photosynthesize and give off oxygen, just like plants. …

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Public Enemy Number One – Your Weaker Self

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„Your Weaker Self“ – Who is this? To be honest and not to talk around the bush: Your weaker self is a big part of yourself. In German, there is even an expression called „innerer Schweinehund“ for your weaker self or lack of willpower. This makes you think of it as …

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Traditional Bakery vs. In-Store Bakery

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Is there any difference? Germany is well-known for its bakery culture and the variety of wholewheat and sourdough bread you can buy all over the country. Switzerland and Austria have this special and famous food culture, too. Although, even in these countries the market for baked goods is highly segmented. These …

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The Impact Plastics Have on Our Body and Health

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What Are Plastics or Syntheticals? For many years, plastics have already been established in daily life and can be found quite everywhere: plastics are inexpensive, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and durable. They can be strong materials with high thermal and electrical insulation properties. You can find them in a vast range of …