New technology juices up the food industry

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Top 10 Secrets The Food Industry Doesn't Want You To Know

From marketing tricks to shady practices, the food industry has a lot of secrets. Here are some crucial facts you should know about the food you eat. Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: Be Amazed at these Top 10 Secrets The Food Industry Doesn't Want You To Know! A LOT of Antibiotics Go Into Meat - Did you know that 80% of the antibiotics produced in the world are fed to animals? Most of them don’t actually go to human beings! That’s what a study in 2011 revealed. Food Companies Are Hiding Sugar - Nowadays, it’s pretty much common knowledge that you should avoid sugar as much as possible. Monsanto’s Secrets - Of all the food corporations out there, Monsanto sometimes feels like they're gunning for the title of “the worst.” The list of things they probably wish to keep hidden is pretty extensive. Your Shrimps Are Dirty, in a lot of ways. Did you know that most of the shrimps sold worldwide are imported from countries like Thailand or Indonesia? They're grown in a type of "farm". Many Cheese Products Aren’t Cheese - Who doesn’t love cheese? It’s delicious and it goes on pretty much everything. Pregnant Pigs Are Confined To Tiny Crates - Pregnant pigs don’t get preferential treatment, unfortunately. They're Selling You Fake Fiber. Nowadays, many doctors and experts extol the virtues of including fiber in your diet.Cows are now fed corn - And that’s not a good thing. It’s entirely unnatural for cows to eat corn. Male Chicks Are Ground Up Alive - Companies in the egg industry don’t have a use for male chicks. After all, they can’t lay eggs. They aren’t used for reproduction, plus, they can’t be bred for meat, for example, because egg-laying chickens are different from the type used for meat. Chickens Have Really Changed - We’ve actually been shaping the way chickens grow and look like for quite some time.

15 Things You Didn't Know About The Food Industry

15 Things You Didn't Know About The Food Industry | Industry Wednesdays SUBSCRIBE to ALUX: Best Street Foods: In this video we'll try to answer the following questions: How big is the food industry? Who is the biggest company in the food industry? How to eat healthy? What is the best diet? Is going vegan worth it? What is the the Mediterranean diet? How food is made? How bad is fast food? What is freeganism? How to stop wasting food? What is the healthiest food? How to cook better food? What should you ear to be healthy? WATCH MORE VIDEOS ON ALUX.COM! Most Expensive Things: Luxury Cars: Becoming a Billionaire: World's Richest: Inspiring People: Travel the World: Dark Luxury: Celebrity Videos: Businesses & Brands: - Follow us on INSTAGRAM for amazing visual inspiration: & Don't miss the latest Luxury News only on Facebook: --- is the largest community of luxury & fine living enthusiasts in the world. We are the #1 online resource for ranking the most expensive things in the world and frequently referenced in publications such as Forbes, USAToday, Wikipedia and many more, as the GO-TO destination for luxury content! Our website: is the largest social network for people who are passionate about LUXURY! Join today! SUBSCRIBE so you never miss another video: -- To see how rich is your favorite celebrity go to: -- For businesses inquiries we're available at:

ANCIENT Technology We Still CANT Replicate Today!

Check out this ancient technology we still can't replicate today! From flexible glass to greek fire, this mysterious top 10 list of advanced ancient inventions science still can't explain to this day is surprising! Subscribe For New Videos! Watch our "Ancient Objects And HOW They Were Used!" video here: Watch our "UNEXPLAINED Ancient Artifacts!" video here: Watch our "Most MYSTERIOUS Ancient Architecture!" video here: 10. Damascus Steel Damascus steel refers to two different types of iron-based materials that can be identified by the watery pattern on the surface that is produced by the controlled manipulation of the iron and steel. It originated in India and the Middle East, and was first known to the Europeans in the 3rd century through trading with Damascus. What was noticeable about this method of making steel, and therefore blades for swords, was that it was much stronger and more flexible than traditional iron. Those who wielded a Damascus steel sword were much feared, because it was quite a mighty weapon. While, today, there are production processes that make steel far stronger than Damascus steel, it was still ahead of its time and practically impossible to replicate today. It was made by adding precise amounts of other compounds into the steel as it was being hammered, and these became part of the molecular structure of the substance. It was a perfected technique, and one that is simply impossible to reproduce without the know-how of those who invented it in the first place. 9. Ferlite Watch In 1912 a discovery was made in a London cellar that would become known as the Cheapside Hoard. It’s the largest collection ever found of Elizabethan and Jacobean Jewellery! Full of gemstones, necklaces, rings, and cameos, everything deserves to be admired. The gemstones come from all over the world and it shows technical skills and cutting styles that jewelers today still don’t know how to replicate since they were passed down from generation to generation. One item in particular really stands out- the Ferlite watch, named after the jeweler who created it. It’s so meticulously crafted that it had a calendar, an alarm, and scrolling decoration. Forensic analysis of the watch has shown that incredibly advanced technologies were used to create all of the components. Experts are calling it the “ipod of its day”! Some of the tech includes the ability to apply extremely thin films of metal to objects, with more precision than we can do today with solar cells and electronic devices. Researchers from Birmingham City University scanned the watch in detail and recreated the pieces using a 3D printer. Even though we now have the pieces, the race is now on to try and learn how it was actually made, because it could improve manufacturing processes and reduce the amount of raw materials needed to produce electronic equipment, and also help to preserve artefacts that have worn away over time. Thanks to 3-D printing, the Museum of London now offers visitors the chance to handle this 16th century gadget! (The copy, clearly not the original!) 8. Roman Concrete The Romans built a lot- whether it was roads, statues, or grand buildings- but perhaps the most impressive thing about the structures that they made is the fact that the concrete still holds together today, more than 1,500 years after it was mixed. This is far longer than modern versions of concrete last, and no one’s entirely sure how they were able to do this! What was the secret recipe?? Many attempts have been made to try and determine the ingredients that they used. It seems to be a combination of volcanic ash, calcium oxide, seawater, and lumps of volcanic rock, as well as leftover rubble. It was even used to build gigantic structures like piers and harbours, and actually became stronger over time. This is the key to the success of the concrete. Scientists believe that there are rare elements within it that crystallize when water seeps in and begins to erode cracks, making it tougher. By contrast, today’s concrete is designed to stay unchanged after it hardens, but the Romans have shown that there is a better way. Further research is needed to understand exactly why it works in the way it does, but if the precise list of ingredients can be determined, it could change the face of construction forever. Buildings could be more resistant and more beautiful! Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!


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