Food & Drink Infographics

How Countries Around the World Make Their Coffee

How Countries Around the World Make Their Coffee

Coffee was cultivated and marketed economically on the Arabian Peninsula by the fifteenth century. In the 17th century, Europeans followed the caffeine boat, and coffee shops soon became meeting places for artists and writers. The seedling continued to thrive, resulting in prosperous coffee business in the nation, as well as serving as the parent for coffee trees in modern-day South and Central America and the Caribbean.

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50 Breads From Around the World

50 Breads From Around the World

Here is a fun visual list of different kinds of bread from around the world illustrated with all the ingredients for each as well. If you wanted to make Coppia Ferrarese from Italy for example, you would need flour, lard, malt and olive oil. If you wanted to make Injera from Ethiopia you would only need two ingredients, teff flour and water. Discover 50 Breads From Around the World in this infographic.

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Brits Feel Unwell After Consuming Food From Social Media Chefs

Brits Feel Unwell After Consuming Food From Social Media Chefs

Kitchenware brand Oliver’s Kitchen discovered that more than three quarters (79%) of Brits have ordered food from an unregistered home takeaway or social media chefs during lockdown. A tenth (9%) of the people said they had suffered with either stomach ache or diarrhea following a purchase from a social media chef (yikes), and more than a third (34%) were concerned with the appearance/smell of the food and its packaging when it arrived.

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The 32 Most Nutritionally Dense Vegetables According to the CDC

The 32 Most Nutritionally Dense Vegetables According to the CDC

While all vegetables offer a colorful array of benefits, choosing nutrient-dense vegetables is an excellent way to maximize nutritional intake and achieve a healthy balance of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. This infographic, using data from the CDC, highlights the most nutritionally dense vegetables to help you make smart choices for your family.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Topical Vitamin C

A Beginner’s Guide to Topical Vitamin C

While it’s recommended to get your Vitamin C from foods, a lot of people are turning to supplements to get their dose of the healthy vitamin. Before you shop for a Vitamin C serum to add to your regimen, make sure that you completely understand its benefits, uses, and role in your skincare goals. Here is an infographic that breaks down and uncovers the characteristics and benefits of this extraordinary ingredient.

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Top Chopping Techniques For Aspiring Chefs

Top Chopping Techniques For Aspiring Chefs

Learning to chop can be a daunting task for aspiring chefs, with lots of techniques, knives and foods to consider. How do you know which technique to use for different types of foods? The folks at Nisbets have chosen the top four most valuable chopping techniques to learn when starting your journey to becoming a chef.

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The Baking and Pastry Arts

The Baking and Pastry Arts

You love to bake! In fact, baking is relaxing and you feel most comfortable in the kitchen. Does this sound like you? If so, why not take your passion and love for baking and turn it into a career? Gaining an education in the baking and pastry arts would be a good first start.

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How Do Different Generations Spend Their Money on Food?

How Do Different Generations Spend Their Money on Food?

Americans’ food spending habits have a changed a lot in the past century. How much does the average person spend on food? Which generations are spending the most on fruits, vegetables, and meat? Are younger generations dining out more often than older generations?

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Vending Machines in Schools

Vending Machines in Schools

The U.S. Department of Agriculture set standards for snacks and drinks sold during school hours. These nutritional guidelines are known as Smart Snacks in School. Snacks must have less than 200 calories, less than 35% saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat and have...

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The Definitive Guide to Sushi

The Definitive Guide to Sushi

The first known historical mention of salted fish being combined with cooked rice and fermenting is found in a fourth-century Chinese dictionary. Historians believe this to be the first concept of sushi in print. While we may never get a definitive answer as to how and when sushi was invented, we can learn all there is to know about modern sushi.

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