To promote "the myriad benefits canned foods offer," CMI created Cans
Get You Cooking, which, according to Rosenblatt, has led to "a sizable lift in canned food sales for those retailers partnering with" the initiative.
Bisphenol A, a synthetic estrogen in the epoxy coating of commercial food cans
that is linked to many human health problems.
Suggested items include but are not limited to: cans
of vegetables, tomato sauce, beans, tomatoes, fruits, proteins, peppers, corn, mixed vegetables, peanut butter, jelly, and soups of all kinds.
for Kids is a non-profit organisation that has been running in Cyprus since 1990.
Canned foods contain the same important nutrients--sometimes even more--as fresh foods, and they can
help you fit more fruits, vegetables, and seafood into your diet, at a lower cost.
The Boulder Beer canning line was manufactured at Palmer's Lafayette, IN, shop and is the eighth can
line they have built.
Less packaging means you can
move the same amount of product in fewer trips, reducing a firm's expenses and carbon footprint at the same time.
are non-biodegradable and they break down very slowly, they should be recycled and made into new cans
," Vimal Pillai, 13, a student at The Millennium School in Dubai, told Gulf News.
Q: What were the first food and beverage cans
Over the past six years he's handed-in five tonnes of aluminium empties - more than 325,000 cans
- and raised more than pounds 2,200 for good causes in the process.
It's just as gross as you think it is, getting old sticky soda on you, and handling cans
with rotting food jammed inside.
Based on 2005 finding by The Aluminum Association, 52 percent of those cans
The squashed Father Christmas, crammed into someone's curbside recycling bin, has traded a spot up on the rooftop for a mess of cast-off Coke cans
, magazines and detergent bottles.
Take five 8-ounce cans
, combine their contents into an 8" square casserole dish, and cook for 30 minutes in a 375-degree oven.
are growing above total soup, where sales have increased by 5%.