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.
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With Indian forests under pressure, Indigenous communities are working to preserve knowledge of their diverse and nutritious diets. In the country's cities, urban consumers are also getting a taste for the crops.
Though there is no causal link, consuming sugar-based drinks like soda and fruit juice could lead to a higher chance of developing cancer, a new study suggests. Experts suggest a tax hike would help.
Swedes are frustrated that they've been singled out as the bad boy of the Nordic countries. While Danish tourists and home owners are flooding into Sweden, their Swedish counterparts are left to stew in their own juices.
Spending a night in ice and snow is possible in the far north of Europe. The "Icehotel" in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, was built back in 1989, making it the first of its kind ― and therefore part of our "Extreme Places" series.
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