Voelkel is a family-run company from Lower Saxony. From their small start four generations ago, they’ve turned into a thriving operation. Today, they export some 45 million liters of organic juice to customers around the world.
As dairy farming in Europe becomes more industrialized, one British initiative is pushing for free-range milk. It's betting on demand for moo-juice from cows on meadows over milk from cows locked away on mega-farms.
He's here, and not a moment too soon. Leon Draisaitl has arrived in Germany and was on the ice for their win over Italy. Some home cooking could help him recover the energy lost in the NHL playoffs.
Depending where you are in the world, and what kind of machine you're standing in front of, you are exposed to different levels of radiation during an x-ray examination. Germany is now looking to turn down the juice.
Noroviruses are running rampant at the World Athletics Championships in London. They cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea - and spread fast. Here's what you need to know about the germs and how to protect yourself.
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