New research identifies a possible terms for food made from the cells of fish or shellfish, rather than whole animals: cell-based seafood.
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The impact of corporate sociopolitical activism on a company's bottom line depends on how the activism aligns with key groups, research finds.
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An expert in disinfectants warns that you should know what's in the cleaning products you buy and make sure you're using them the right way.
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New research uses machine learning to gauge people's views on the available charging stations for electric vehicles.
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In some cases, avocado oil labeled as "pure" or "extra virgin" contained nearly 100% soybean oil, reserchers found. They also have tips to avoid bad oil.
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"I'm seeing little likelihood of consumers embracing shopping in a physical environment to the extent that they did pre-pandemic."
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When items are scarce, as many items are during the pandemic, people quit using price as a main measure of their quality, new reserch shows.
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The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping how—and how much—we shop, but will reduced consumer spending stick? Here's an expert take.
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