Archive for August 15, 2017

Why X-Rayed Food Is Not Radioactive But Actually Safer for You

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Plastic clamshell, Plastic map trays, Stock clamshell packaging

X-ray
Perhaps you are like most people when it comes to thinking about things in this world that get x-rayed. For most people, the idea of using an x-ray machine goes no further than a medical setting. People get x-rays every day for injuries, dental work, and other medical reasons. If you have ever had an injury that required the doctors to order an x-ray on a part of your body, you were likely required in the x-ray room to wear a special vest or blanket to shield you from the potential harm of the x-ray machine. We know that some x-rays can damage DNA in the human body, so the utmost protection must be given to every patient who needs one. What if you were told that some of the very food you are eating is being

The Honey Bee, Nature’s Most Precious Creature

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Beekeeping equipment, Flavored honey stix, Honey bear

Honey bear
Bees are perhaps one of the most important living creatures on the planet, primarily because they’re play a large part in pollinating our plants that give us much needed oxygen. It’s difficult to imagine what kind of world we would live in if we didn’t have bees. Would we even have a world to live in? Along with their pollinating skills, bees are also prized for their honey-making abilities, so its no wonder that many people across the globe have pursued jobs as beekeepers and invested in beekeeping tools like a beekeeping kit to keep bees safe and thriving.
To touch on the topic of pollination a bit more, how extensive of a role do honeybees play? Well, for starters they’re responsible for cross-pollination, effectively pollinating anywhere between 30 and 90 percent of wild plants around the world. That’s a