Increasing raw material costs coupled with growing demand for natural health solutions has seen the market for superfruits boom in recent years, but has it may have also left the market ripe for adulteration.
Many of the health benefits associated with eating broccoli require consumption of the whole vegetables, because key phytonutrients are poorly absorbed and are of far less value if taken as a supplement, according to new research.
As consumer demand for exotic superfruits increases, so will the
impact of transport on the environment. But as policy makers and
green campaigners devise more ways of monitoring greenhouse gases,
who will win the environmental tug...