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ATLANTA -- Results of a study presented April 3 at the American College of Cardiology's annual meeting show that women may benefit from increased intake of tomato products. According to Vitamin Nutrition Information Service, the study suggests that lycopene, an...
Could a slice of pizza a day help keep the doctor away? If recent and promising research on the bacteria-fighting properties of oregano is any indicator, it just might help. Pizza has received positive press in the last few years following extended research demonstrating the power of lycopene to ward off prostate cancer.
Pizza, as the world's consumers are coming to know it, resembles the American version more than its Italian forbearer.
Paradise Tomato Kitchens uses California tomatoes to create pizza, marinara, barbeque sauces and salsas. Our company can custom develop new tomato-based sauces or replicate or refine your pizza shop's current sauces.
A study published in the March 6 Journal of the National Cancer Institute reports that regular consumption of tomato sauce and other tomato-based foods lowered men's prostate cancer risk by as much as 36 percent. Dr.
A examination of the production of pizza sauce reveals the process is anything but simple.
Could tomato sauce be effective in the war against prostate cancer? The findings of a new study say it very well may. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois, found that prostate cells of men with prostate...
Harvesting tomatoes is centuries-old work, but today's processors have harnessed a host of high-tech helpers. This is the first in a three-part series on tomato sauce in the pizza industry.
STOCKTON, Calif. -- California's processing tomato industry has again made substantial reduction in contracted acreage for 2001 in an effort to bring inventories into balance.
EAST MANATEE, Fla. -- Florida agriculture took a double hit when terrorists attacked America on Sept.
Unseasonably hot weather in May has California tomato producers seeing red after the fall harvest.
Ron Peters, founder and CEO of Paradise Tomato Kitchens, is sold on innovation and technology as the keys to servicing customers and competing profitably in the foodservice business.
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