The Significance of Labeling Food by Leeanne Kunnert

The Significance of Labeling Food by Leeanne Kunnert

Labeling within the food supply chain is imperative and should never be ignored. The initial point of contact between a consumer and producer is its label. A custom label helps to distinguish one product from another. In addition it helps Continue reading

Titanium On The Trail by Gregory James

Titanium On The Trail by Gregory James
What do high performance jets have in common with lightweight, durable cookware? Titanium. That’s right, Ti or atomic number 22, for those of you who remember your elements. This amazing, elegant, silvery metal is taking a whole range of industries by storm! From aerospace manufacturing, sky writing, golf clubs, pacemakers and eyewear to cookware, titanium is the one to beat because of the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any known metal to date. Continue reading

Starting to Pop by Gregory James

Starting to Pop by Gregory James
When the soil temperature hits 50 to 58 degrees, some of our favorite Spring mushrooms will start to pop. Throughout the United States, except for a handful of southern states that are just too warm and dry, the Morel mushroom is about ready to harvest. As the soil temperature rises above 50 degrees the Morel quickly sprouts and reaches for daylight. You must be quick because within hours various bugs and other wildlife start to consume the dandy delight. Continue reading