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What do we know about climate change and the effects it will have?
A Catalyst article about careers in the food industry. The food and drink industries are part of a chain linking farming and growing through to food processing, manufacture and finally to the sale of food in supermarkets and restaurants. This article describes some of the many career areas in food technology...
In this project, students investigate the role of different additives used to preserve and enhance the quality of bread and determine how effective different additives are. This could include:
• Emulsifying agents
• Added vitamins and minerals
• Processing aids, such...
Environmental and ethical food choices lesson. Includes; card sort, powerpoint, differentiated worksheets and several video clips on free range vs caged hens.
Powerpoint and worksheet on HACCP used for GCSE or above
Various powerpoints and worksheets on the importance of staying hydrated, also looks at dehydration.
A Catalyst article about food additives. Some additives are natural and some are manufactured by the chemical industry. Some, like vitamin C, can come from either natural or artificial sources. As with every other component of food all additives are chemicals. Even organic food can contain a certain number of...
A Catalyst article looking at strategies for ensuring that there is a plentiful food supply in the future and how this can be sustained.
The article looks at three main areas for scientific investigation:
It also looks at...
This Catalyst article takes the form of a practical activity. Many breakfast cereals are fortified with iron and it is possible to extract this from the cereal by following the instructions in the article.
This article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2008, Volume 19, Issue 2.
A Catalyst article about why human beings need salt (sodium chloride) in their diets to survive, but too much can be toxic. Where does salt come from, and what is it used for? This article looks at salt extraction and mining in England, the domestic and industrial uses of salt as well as its molecular structure....