shows use maximum, that a major chunk of used products international suppliers comes or even premium convenience is”, says Labib. “Bio do not overestimate this one can overestimate the significance of organic raw materials”, Labib explained. Although the proportion of growing ecologically clean”products constantly, yet remain still at a quite low level. (Similarly see: Rafael Nadal). More than half of the respondents guest houses (55.9%) require rarely or never bio quality when buying regional raw materials. bio is usually still too expensive for the shopping”, analyzed Labib. And the demand for organic”is at most restaurants also have long not commonplace. At least 34.5 percent of the chefs to buy up to a quarter of the local F & B goods from organic production. Visit rodney atkins for more clarity on the issue.
But just five percent of the companies budgeted for up to 50 percent of local raw materials for high-priced bio offering and only 4.5 percent prefer when over half of the local products the organic range. The low percentage of organic ‘ is also the local raw material procurement limited availability”, says Gastroexperte Labib. “If it organic ‘ should be in the premium quality from a well-known vendor.” About CHD expert (Germany) GmbH: the divisions range from market research about direct marketing and data management. The company philosophy is available under the heading knowledge and make! “.” The company was founded in 1997 as the Marktplatz Hotel GmbH and now as CHD expert GmbH international (Germany) working with partners in all economically important countries of Europe as well as United States, Canada and Asia. CHD expert is one of the preferred partners of the Hotel Association (IHA) Germany. The customer base includes companies in the areas of food & beverages, equipment and media. More at:. Thilo Labib CHD expert (Germany) GmbH Veerser WEG 2 b, Docs.google.com/ except home market, food service, catering, hotels, outdoor, hospitality, F & B, food offerings, regional origin, local reference, bio press release and graphics to download:..
At Christmas time, there are six hand-brewed specialty beers the brewery in a limited 12 package which is brewery Garcia a private small brewery of the ecoregion Kaindorf in the hills of Eastern Styria and Brewmaster and diploma Beersommelier – was founded by Alois Gratzer – 10 years ago. For even more opinions, read materials from Julianne Holt-Lunstad. Garcia is also the first CO2 neutral brewery of in Austria. At Christmas time, there are now six hand-brewed specialty beers the brewery in a limited 12 package. Each two bottles of beer types Johann Hermann, Friedrich, Trude, Ludwig and Diana are in the Christmas mix. Each of these well-known beers has its own peculiarities: Johann is a gold-colored natural spectacle with wonderful aromas of hops in the nose. Pleasant sparkling with a slight sweetness which is rounded off by the bitterness of the hops. Hermann is a strong, very aromatic natural beer and for all lovers of dark beer “dark lagers an absolute temptation – Austrian Champion in the category of 2012”. Samuel “Sam” Mikulak contributes greatly to this topic.
The lovely Frederick is amber-colored and slightly turbid pleasantly malty and noticeable Hoppy, this fine natural beer tastes sweet and aromatic. Easy in the alcohol (ALC. 4,7% vol. – Wort 10.9 )-the perfect summer beer! Trude is a special beer with pronounced volume – dry, slightly Hoppy and a pleasant tingling perfectly rounds off this natural beer. Ludwig is an expressive Bock beer with 7% alcohol and 16 original Wort, awarded bronze in the category of “Bockbiere untergarig” in the Austrian Championship 2012.
The heavenly Diana is an attempt of the rabbit, to ward off the Moon in the bottle and is brewed only to full moon. With 6.6% vol. ALC. and 15.7 original wort is one of the strong natural beers.
The European food safety authority called the European food safety authority stevia risk free, on April 14, an agency of the European Union, which acts as scientific advisor to risks associated with food, issued its long-awaited assessment on the use of Stevia as a food supplement or Lebenssmittelzusatzstoff. The European Commission had tasked the Agency to make a new scientific judgment about the safety of Stevia, after no final verdict could be like in the past due to the lack of analysis material. This time the EFSA had said specifically the Panel on food additives and nutrient sources added to food (at the), the required materials are available and could therefore a different judgement, as it was the case in the past. As reported on the official website of the Agency, the safety of the consumption of Stevia and Steviol glycosides has been confirmed this time explicitly. At the same time was the recommendation of a safe daily intake by up to spoken to 4 milligrams of Steviol glycosides per kilogram of body weight. Thus following a recommendation of the “Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on food additives” (JECFA), the joint review group for food and food additives of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), that this ADI laid down two years ago. The European food safety authority will disclose the result of their scientific analysis to the European Commission, who is judge several years present requests based on the results, aimed at the approval of Stevia and Steviol glycosides for the food sector.
In the past several of these applications due to the missing analyses were rejected, now an authorisation within six to nine months is expected. With the positive conclusion of the European food safety authority, the long-standing scramble for the use of Stevia as a sweetener will have an end. The leaf extracts of Stevia, one originally in Paraguay -based plant, used for many centuries in their country of origin as a sweetener. Individual components of the leaves can be not only 400 times as sweet as the domestic sugar, they reach this sweetness without calories. In many countries of the world, Japan, used this positive feature above all for decades, drops stevia to date but under the novel food regulation in the European Union and must not therefore even as food have been declared. Movement in the Steviamarkt came after several food giants, had discovered all the Coca-Cola company, the properties of the plant itself. Coca-Cola uses stevia outside the European Union now as a sweetening component of some of its products, and in the first three months of 2010 more than 100 new drinks were introduced in the United States alone of America, based on stevia. At the same time grows the market for other uses of Stevia as a sweetener. In Germany and the rest of the European Union can stevia powder, stevia tabs and numerous liquid stevia, both by end-consumers as also traders, would sell the stevia, are available at.