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EU ban angers health food makers - 2005-07-29
LONDON, England -- The British Health Food Manufacturers' Association (HFMA), a body representing 140 firms worldwide, has expressed anger at the European Union's decision to ban high-dose health supplements.
Deere helps harvest the power in wind - 2005-07-29
Moline-based Deere & Co. announced Thursday it has launched a new initiative that will help finance an expansion of wind energy projects across the country.
New business counting on pomegranate dietary supplements for success - 2005-07-28
Holtzman and partner Stephen Schwartz, who met as teenagers at a Seneca Lake camp, are banking on this red fruit to propel their company to success.
More Americans turn to alternative medicine - 2005-07-27
Practitioners of western medicine continue to focus on alternative healthcare philosophies.
In the search for new energy, China rides the wind - 2005-07-26
Investors are pouring money into China's largest wind farm.
Chocolate could help fight heart disease - 2005-07-26
The privately held American company that produces M&Ms and Mars bars said it hoped to make medications based on flavanols - plant chemicals with health benefits found in cocoa, as well as red wine and green tea.
Himachal Pradesh to explore herbal, ayurvedic potential - 2005-07-26
SHIMLA: The State Department of Ayurvedic Medicines in Himachal Pradesh has planned to spend Rs 62 lakhs for the propagation of high-valued medicinal plants after making a full use of its varied agro-climatic conditions.
European court upholds restriction on sale of food supplements - 2005-07-25
The European Unions highest court has upheld proposed restrictions on the sale of food supplementsa setback to critics of the legislation, who claim that it would ban hundreds of popular vitamin pills.
Yoga for kids - 2005-07-19
Todays children are getting in touch with the inner self, with parents encouraging more unconventional activities.
Energy Department Awards $92.5 Million to 19 States to Weatherize Homes of Low-Income Families - 2005-07-19
WASHINGTON, DC Secretary of Energy Samuel W. Bodman announced that $92.5 million has been awarded to 19 states to improve the energy efficiency of low-income family homes.
NW province to offer free herbal therapy to AIDS sufferers - 2005-07-18
An herbal anti-AIDS remedy jointly developed by Chinese and Thai scientists has been proved effective in 89 percent of clinical trials in Thailand, according to Thai media reports.
New Guidelines for Vegetarian Food Labeling - 2005-07-18
New FSA guidelines are now underway to address the problem of growing consumer distrust of the way certain terms are identified by food manufacturers.
Energy bill would charge up production at Sharp - 2005-07-18
A new bill authorizing tax credits for solar power could mean more output for Sharp Manufacturing Co. of America.
Organic Farms Produce Same Yields As Conventional Farms - 2005-07-14
Organic farming produces same corn and soybean yields as conventional farms, but consumes less energy and no pesticides, study finds
Energy Secretary Bodman Helps Break Ground at Solar Facility - 2005-07-14
New solar facility will create 200 new jobs and produce enough solar modules each year to generate 50 megawatts of power.
New ruling on EU Food supplements directive eagerly awaited - 2005-07-13
The European Court of Justice is about to rule on whether the EU Food supplements directive, due to come into effect in August, unlawfully infringes trade.