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Flat Pouch

01st November 2012
Foil Pouches Yes, you can expand the "freshness" life of unopened bags of specialized coffee. The greatest means to keep the unused coffee is in the bag in which it is packaged. Bags for roasted coffee are made in such a means about keep the ro... Read >
Author: Long Drumheller

Understanding Some Major Benefits of Coconut Oil

31st August 2012
The outstanding benefits of coconut oil make it one of the popular and preferred choices of people to cook food. However, the oil is just not restricted to cooking; there are several other advantages as well. Read on to learn more about some really except... Read >
Author: Garry Stiven

Practical Tips On Storing Fresh Juice

19th April 2012
Fresh juice is supposed to be consumed fresh, in other words, straight after it is freshly made. Storing fresh juice not only risks the loss of living enzymes and vitamins, it can also cause oxidation of the juice. Fresh juice is preferred over juice conc... Read >
Author: Stella Dawson

Things To Ponder On When Making Retail Packaging Decisions

22nd March 2012
Retail packaging is often disregarded when we plan to establish a retail or manufacturing business. Essentially, they are not given enough attention. But, if we will keenly analyze the factors that contribute to retail success, decisions with regard to re... Read >
Author: danicagreen

Bulk Milk Cooler India, Milk Coolers, Chillers from India

20th March 2012
Being the world’s largest producer and consumer of dairy products, India represents one of most lucrative dairy markets.The Indian dairy industry is contributing significantly to the country's economy,besides improving the health standard by increas... Read >
Author: Tarang Shah

5 things to grow for an herbal first aid kit, and improve your health!

31st January 2012
There are a number of herbs, roots and trees that are very useful for various ailments. Having your own supply of certain medicinal herbs can heal you, and even save your life. CAYENNE PEPPER The first herb I will discuss is cayenne pepper. Did you k... Read >
Author: katalystman

Pulverizer, Rollers Mill, Seed Dehusking Machine

13th April 2011
We introduce first time in the world SEPTU Instant Drying Grinding Plant for the Farm Fresh Spices, vegetables, Coffee & Tea. The IDG plant is designed in such way that drying grinding time of the product are in seconds. The design of most developed Septu... Read >
Author: oibt2010

Silica Gel Packets Their Shelf Life and Reuse Options

14th March 2011
Silica gel packets are in huge demand today among various users and especially those in the packaging industry. This is due to their excellent capacity in preventing anything from decaying due to moisture and humidity attack. Indeed, they have the highest... Read >
Author: James Addams

Yoghurt: History Of A Super Food

10th March 2011
Yoghurt is possibly one of the most loved super foods available on the market today. Many people around the world, however aren't keen on it because of its natural taste that does not appeal to them. The good news is that there are many varieties of yoghu... Read >
Author: Carl Fraser

What is Tamanu Oil?

25th February 2011
What it is: Tamanu oil comes from the nut of the Tamanu tree Calophyllum Inophyllum - found in Polynesia. Many years ago the natives were looking for a way to protect and moisturize their dry skin, from the effects of the humid salty air and sun burn. ... Read >
Author: Michael

Types of Green Cosmetic Packaging

19th January 2011
Today, health awareness has increased as more people are realizing the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. One secret to attaining good health is choosing organic products because they contribute to a safe, natural, and toxin-free lifestyle. If per... Read >
Author: liza252

Easy Ways to Organize your Refrigerator

12th August 2010
The refrigerator can be liken to a safety deposit box where you store your valuables for safe keeping, only, in the refrigerator you store your foodstuffs (since food are very valuable to us for our existence), to keep it from spoiling and for preservatio... Read >
Author: Flynna Sarah E. Molina

Common Grocery Store Supplies to Include in a Survival Kit

04th June 2010
With one simple trip to the grocery store you can find plenty of great items to keep your family safe in the event of an emergency. To help anyone looking to put together a survival pack in a hurry, check out the following list of items available at most ... Read >
Author: getready

How to Seal Knots on Lace Wigs

21st May 2010
Sealing knots is important for long term upkeep of your lace wig. The process is so simple that you can do this at home. For those of you who are not familiar with the process or just need the directions, look below. Why should I seal my knots? Sealin... Read >
Author: The Lace Wigs Store

When is it Time to Throw Out Your Perfume?

07th May 2010
Many people spend a fortune on a bottle of perfume, expecting it will keep until they are done with it. But is that the case? How long does perfume last for anyway? The quick answer is that it will not last indefinitely. Perfume is a perishable item s... Read >
Author: Lesli Chadwick
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