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Gorillas can learn to clean food on their own, without social cues
Gorillas don't need to witnesses others cleaning their food to adopt the behavior. They can learn it on their own — spontaneously.
UK children bombarded by junk food ads
Children in the UK are seeing up to 12 adverts an hour for high-fat, high-sugar foods during primetime family TV programs, research has found.
Food shortage is not the global crisis, lack of access to food is the issue
"Genome editing is not the answer to world poverty, because food shortage isn't the problem' said a group of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) surveyed by the University of Nottingham.
80% of ready-to-eat baby food products contain harmful chemicals
Parents-to-be, take note! You may have to avoid some cereals and other ready-to-eat food products for your baby, as they may contain dangerous chemicals.
Salt in restaurant food needs to be further reduced
After examining menu items from 66 of the top 100 chain restaurants, US researchers found that while some attention has been given to offering lower-sodium options, restaurant food is still high in sodium, particularly in main-course items.
Eating too much of salty food could raise diabetes risk ( video)
Eating too much salty food dramatically raises the risk of diabetes, warned new research.
Children living near fast food outlets more likely to gain weight
Children who live near fast food outlets are more likely to gain weight compared with those living farther away, new research suggested.
Iran lifts tariffs on exports of food items to Eurasia
Iran has lifted the customs tariffs on certain agricultural products exported to Eurasian countries in a move that is expected to encourage exports to countries such as Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Global food markets further threaten endangered sharks
Researchers at the University of Guelph found that the majority of shark fins and manta ray gills sold at markets around the world for traditional medicines come from endangered species.
Smart label could detect food, cosmetics spoilage (Video)
Scientists have developed a low-cost, portable, paper-based sensor that can perform a variety of functions with easy-to-read results.
ICHHTO official: Food fests will help promote Iran's tourism
Iran's Cultural Heritage Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) seeks to attract domestic and international tourists and promote food tourism by holding annual food festivals in a different city each year.
Food health-rating labels failing to reveal added sugars
Seven out of 10 packaged foods contain added sugar that is not clearly identified by nutrition labels, according to new research.
Farming beyond drought
The Caribbean accounts for seven of the world’s top 36 water-stressed countries and Barbados is in the top ten. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) defines countries like Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda, and St. Kitts and Nevis as water-scarce with less than 1000 m3 freshwater resources per capita.
Bulimia brains use food to avoid negative thoughts
The brains of women with bulimia react differently to food under stress than other women's brains, psychologists have discovered.

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