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Food Science, Nutrition and Us 

Food Science, Nutrition and Us Kara Nolte (MSc) Food Scientist – e’Pap I recently had the privilege to attend the 23rd Biennial Conference hosted by the South African Association for Food Science and Technology. The theme was on Food Science and Technology for the...

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How To Read A Food Label

Labels on food products need to tell the customer and the consumer exactly what’s in that particular product. And when we say EVERTHING, we mean every single last ingredient – right down to the smallest ingredient, like we do on our e’Pap packaging. (To find out more...

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Why you need copper in your body

Copper is an essential trace mineral in your body. What this means is that you only need a tiny amount. (Chromium is another example of a trace element. Read our article to find out why you need this it.) Copper is in most organs in your body. The most is in your...

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The truth about selenium

Do you know what selenium is and how it can benefit your health? We have found some benefits selenium can have for you and we’ve seen that there are a lot of them! This is why we’ve added it to e’Pap. In this article, we’re going to tell you what selenium is and why...

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Why chromium is important for you

Chromium is a ‘trace’ element in your diet. What this means is that you only need a tiny amount of it to benefit from it. We don’t often hear about what chromium does. This is why we thought that we’d write an article about chromium. The health benefits of this...

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e’Pap plays its part in education

  e’Pap supplies many feeding schemes in various parts of Africa. One of the programmes, in which we are proud to make a difference, is the Breakfast Club at the Good Hope Seminary Junior School in Cape Town. A few weeks ago, the e’Pap team paid the school a...

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