A recent study from the University of Edinburgh has found that more than a third of farmed fruit and vegetables never make it to the supermarket shelves because they are the wrong shape or size.
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A food science mystery surrounding onions that has puzzled researchers for years has finally been solved.
M&P Engineering is excited to announce that its team has expanded. M&P is dedicated to continued investment in equipment and staff and is constantly working to ensure its customers receive exemplary service and innovative products. Jackie Kenny joins us as our new Spares Administrator. Jackie will be our clients’ go to person for spares and […]
Continuing its expansion into the North American markets, M&P Engineering welcomes Modern Produce Equipment, US sales representative Tom Wiersema to the team. Tom joins us following a successful career in automotive sales and is actively getting to know our USA customers and demonstrating the scope of M&P’s equipment to food manufacturing businesses across the USA. […]
M&P Engineering has opened a new spares and service facility in Fremont, Michigan, USA to service its customers across North and South America. The 5,000 square foot facility holds a comprehensive stock of M&P equipment spares and demonstrates M&P’s strong commitment to the North and South American markets.
Pre-prepared fruits and vegetables have seen a sharp rise in sales over the past few years, but why is this?
Researchers at King’s College London have discovered that onions and garlic can keep your gut healthy and in top working condition.
The tourism industry continues to grow, with travellers visiting all corners of the world to experience new cultures or take a well-earned break.
Onions are possibly the most used vegetable in the world, being used in a number of international dishes from a range of cuisines.
There has been a recent rise in the popularity of the ‘raw food’ diet, outlining that dieters should avoid cooking any food as cooking processes can remove some nutritional benefits of fruits and vegetables.