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Ensuring honey is pure

CSIRO is researching how to use blockchain to ensure honey does not contain artificial substitutes. Testing has found that almost half the honey samples selected from supermarket shelves were “adulterated”. This means they had been mixed with something other than the product from bees. The samples tested were all either wholly imported or blends of both imported and locally-produced honey. https://blog.csiro.au/is-your-honey-faking-it/

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Fruit tattoos to replace plastic stickers

Tattoos on fruit are set to replace stickers as farmers seek out environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic labels. Fruits with printed skins are already on supermarket shelves in Spain, Sweden, and the UK, but in Australia stickers, wax and plastic wrap are still the most common ways fresh produce is branded. Plastic labels are set to become a thing of the past, though, as farmers listen to consumer demand for less packaging. Among those pursuing alternatives is Rabbits Organics banana farm at Mena Creek in far-north Queensland. http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-09-14/tattooed-fruit-to-replace-stickers-and-plastic-packaging/8943938

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The world’s first burger made by a robot

A new burger store in San Francisco is introducing a fully automated burger making machine. The Creator Storefront restaurant will be host to the Creator robot that can grind beef, cook it to order, slice the buns and assemble toppings. It aims to provide the quality associated with good restaurants at a fast-food price. https://interestingengineering.com/the-worlds-first-robot-made-burger-is-served-in-san-francisco-for-6

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An automated restaurant experience

At one of Alibaba’s high-tech Hema grocery stores in Shanghai you can enjoy an automated dining experience. As you enter a quick QR code scan shows you your table and automatically notes your seat in the system for Hema’s robotic waiters. You can look at a fresh array of seafood and handpick your own ingredients, paid for in-app. A raised highway of robot pods has replaced human waitstaff with humans mostly left to the greeting and cooking. www.axios.com/alibaba-robot-restaurant-shanghai-china-automation-41348039-2540-4a42-8495-f0991db71574.html?

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A digital assistant to make your bookings

A digital assistant to make your bookings

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The world’s first commercial rock lobster hatchery

A new partnership with the University of Tasmania is planning to commercialise rock lobster production research and establish the world’s first hatchery for rock lobsters. Despite the high value of rock lobsters the long and complex lifecycle has made it impossible before now to produce the species in a commercially scalable hatchery. Australian companies are being offered the opportunity to collaborate with the University of Tasmania to scale-up and commercialise its innovative rock lobster aquaculture systems and related technologies.. http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/news/news-items/world-leading-aquaculture-breakthrough-to-transform-lobster-production

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Broccoli in your coffee

With funding from vegetable growers through Hort Innovation, CSIRO has developed a broccoli powder that could help pack extra veggies into your diet. The 100 per cent broccoli powder is made from whole broccoli, and produced using a combination of selected pre-treatment and drying processes to retain the natural colour, flavour and nutrient composition of fresh broccoli. Broccoli contains protein, fibre and health-promoting bioactive phytochemicals, making it an ideal candidate for being turned into a powder ingredient. https://blog.csiro.au/broccoli-better-latte-than-never/?

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