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10:44

Opinion

Is clean natural?

ANDREW J. LINN

...be more 'natural' than the other 95%, does it taste better? It usually costs more. Would we instinctively buy butter or sugar in the supermarket labelled 'natural' as the best option? Probably not. We should not confuse 'natural' wine with 'clean'

12:56

Local

Interactive guide to the local sugar cane industry is launched

Eugenio Cabezas

The Mancomunidad de la Axarquia, an umbrella authority for the 31 towns and villages that make up the area, has published an illustrated guide to the history of sugar cane. The interactive book includes QR codes that allow the reader to watch ... videos about the largely now defunct 'azucareras' or 'ingenios' (sugar cane factories) in the Axarquía. The Mancomunidad's culture spokesperson and mayor of Macharaviaya, Antonio Campos, said that the initiative started after an exhibition in the El

14:54

LifeStyle

The sweetest killer

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

Sugar is the main enemy in our diet. Thousands of people die in Spain every year because they have eaten too much sugar. Diabetes, which is the main illness associated with sugar, but not the only one, is responsible for no fewer than 25,000 people ... dying in this country each year. Scientific evidence recommends that we should consume no more than 50 grammes of sugar a day, but the World Health Organisation has reduced that maximum by half to contain the present epidemic of obesity and sugar ... grammes. If that has surprised you, prepare yourself for this: people in Spain consume on average 71.5 grammes of sugar a day, nearly three times the maximum recommended by the WHO. That is the problem in western countries these days. It is no longer a

18:31

LifeStyle

What exactly goes into all those sweets?

ELENA MARTÍN

When you read this headline, and think of the typical gummy, stretchy sweet, some may think they are all petroleum jelly, but no. The main ingredient in all sweets, even the jelly kind, is sugar. And this is usually added in large quantities, ... although under different names, such as glucose syrup, fructose and sucrose. That's why people like them so much. Sugar, as well as giving food a sweet flavour, activates the dopamine and opioids system of the brain, which are associated with wellbeing ... Also, the high amount of refined sugar is absorbed very quickly and produces peaks of insulin which could lead to diabetes in the future. That's why children should think of them as something very special, only for exceptional occasions, and not part of

15:15

Local

Coca-Cola trials 'innovative' bottle caps on the Costa del Sol

ISABEL MÉNDEZ

...with the new caps on all the 500cl Coca-Cola variants including the original flavour, Zero sugar, and Zero caffeine. The trial will serve to test the production process of the caps, which have been manufactured in the company's plant in Barcelona,

13:47

Local

Complaint over vandalism at ruined historic sugar mill

MÓNICA PÉREZ

...protective fencing around the building has been broken down in several places.” Promises to protect it The mill, originally used to press sugar cane when it was a widespread crop in the area, is registered as a building of special historical interest and

16:20

Local

Studio spaces made available in old sugar cane factory in Vélez-Málaga

Agustín peláez

The Vélez-Málaga deputy mayor's office in Torre del Mar has announced that from this Saturday a number of rooms at the Azucarera, or old sugar cane factory, to the east of the town, will be available to use as studio or study spaces. The rooms

18:36

LifeStyle

Rum on the Costa, from Gibraltar to Motril

Alekk M. Saanders

...has a special relationship with rum, as does Gibraltar: Motril boasts an almost unique rum factory in Spain; and Gibraltar is mentioned in Admiral Nelson's legend. Sweet history Rum is mostly made from molasses, extracted from sugar cane. The ... strong drink was mentioned in records from Barbados in about 1650 and in Marco Polo's stories. The first distillation was carried out on Caribbean islands, covered with sugar cane fields and mills for refining the crop. Sugar cane had been taken to the ... was founded by Francisco Montero who grew up in the area between Nerja and Motril where sugar cane was traditionally cultivated. His dream of making rum finally came true in 1963, when Ron Montero was produced by using a traditional process. Ron

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Not many details are known yet, because Montoro has only said that the tax on drinks which contain an excessive amount of sugar is in line with the demands of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and will be implemented in a similar way to countries ... which already have this type of tax or are considering it, such as the UK and Portugal. EXPERT ADVICE TO WEAN OURSELVES OFF SUGAR More market and less supermarket shopping In other words, we should reduce as much as possible the presence of ... processed products (which are normally full of sugar, fats and salt) in our shopping basket and include as much fresh food, especially fruit and vegetables, as we can. Get cooking! This is a consequence of the point above. Cooking the food we have