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    Almond Milk Research Paper

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    Researchers have found that twenty-one percent of milk buyers choose tasty milk alternatives rather than the original cow’s milk ("Milk Substitutes vs. Cow Milk”). Almond milk serves as a popular, savory alternative to cow’s milk. Throughout the whole year, almonds maintain their availability, which allows for an easier access to supply almond milk in stores. A variety of reasons claim that almond milk exists as a popular alternative to cow’s milk. Those who suffer from diabetes and lactose intolerance or choose to be a sacrificing vegetarian or a sparing vegan can drink this scrumptious beverage. Along with the unique flavor of almond milk, an advantage of the popular drink is that it does not require refrigeration like dairy products generally…

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    Almond Milk Case Study

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    nearly three years and extensive trial and error to find a replacement for dairy milk and produce ice cream that would meet the company’s quality standards (Neimark, 2017). The same challenges that Schimoler found at the research and development stage…

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    Almond Milk Lab Report

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    different types of fluid milk. DENSITY The milk products with the lowest densities were both plant based beverages, namely the coconut and the almond milk. As predicted, eggnog had the highest density value, followed by 1% chocolate milk and powdered skim milk, the latter values were not as expected. It was expected that the chocolate milk would have a lower density than 2% and homogenized milk, as 1% has less fat. It was also expected that skim milk and powdered skim milk would have similar…

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    Honey Bee Pollination

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    Honeybees pollinate legumes specific to certain aspects of the diet of beef and dairy animals. Meat, milk, and cheese compose a large portion of U.S. diets. The increase in the price of the legumes will lead to a rise in the price of meat, milk, and cheese, but instead of the decrease in consumption of essential nutrients such as calcium, protein, iron, and zinc, consumers must spend money they would have spent elsewhere on meat, or simply consume less for the same amount, which is not…

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    Oral Microbiome Essay

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    using milk. It has been shown that calcium helped in the aid of “adsorption rate” of some bacteria in the mouth (Potter & Nelson, 1952). It has also been presented in a study that Vitamin D has decreased the amount of S. mutans present as well (Olliver, Spelmink, Hiew, Maeyer-Hoffert, Henriques-Normark, & Bergman, 2013). With almond milk having 45% of your daily calcium and 25 % of your daily Vitamin D, we concluded that almond milk will produce the same, if not better result as dairy milk…

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    Billy Weaver, who is looking for a nice place to to stay with bed and breakfast and, with good price. He finds a good place to stay but the landlady seems to be a little creepy. First of all, Literature helps educate because it teaches the reader to be careful of who to trust. “He caught a whiff of a peculiar smell… directly from her person… Pickled walnuts? New leather? Or was it the corridors of a hospital?” Billy trusted the landlady but she gives a suspicious smell, indicating that she…

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    Beehive Research Paper

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    California grows 80 percent of the world’s total amount of almonds. The almonds not only require a vast supplement of water, even through the treacherous droughts in the state of California, they require the work of honeybees to pollinate each almond tree. That means about two beehives for every ache of almond trees and at least 1.7 million beehives total, or 85 percent of all the available commercial beehives in the United States, according to Gene Brandi, a California beekeeper and vice…

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    Bees are beautiful insects that do great service for our environment. They help pollinate flowers and plants to create an area full of rich biodiversity. The world depends on them so much because they are responsible for one-third of all fruit and vegetable production. But what would happen to the world’s food production if they all just disappeared? Colony collapse disorder or (CCD) is the case that occurs when the majority of worker bees in a colony disappear and leave behind the queen.…

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    Summary Of Got Milk

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    In the article, Got 'milk'? Dairy farmers rage against imitators but consumers know what they want, the author discusses the tensions rising with dairy farmers who feel as if the producers of milk alternatives such as almond milk or hazelnut milk are misusing the label ‘milk’, and directly competing with them. The dairy farmers argue that the producers of the milk alternatives are tricking consumers into thinking they are getting actual milk and that that’s causing their income to decline. The…

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    Even as the company grew, it was acquired by Unilever, and it expanded its product lines, Ben and Jerry’s has consistently produced frozen, dairy-based goods (Hoovers, 2017). Creating a nondairy product presents unique challenges from research and development stage through to batch production. Interviews with Ben and Jerry's food scientist or “flavor guru,” Kirsten Schimoler indicate that it took nearly three years and extensive trial and error to find a replacement for dairy milk and produce…

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