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Delicious doughnut or should it be dough not?

With the latest doughnut craze that has arrived in South Africa, people can’t get enough of this delicious, sweet dessert. However, this doughnut addiction is not very healthy and can be very fattening. [...]

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Pulses are the key to environmental sustainability

One of the many reasons that the United Nations declared 2016 as the International Year of the Pulses (IYP) is due to their environmental sustainability - to act for a healthy, hunger-free and sustainable world. [...]

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Five reasons to have your finger on the pulse

In 2013 the United Nations designated 2016 the International Year of the Pulses. So we thought we’d share why we love the little miracles so much. [...]

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Choose chickpeas

Chickpeas seem to be everywhere lately and for good reason. This protein-packed legume (pulse) is high in fibre, folate and zinc and has been said to help with weight loss. [...]

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The mother city launches pulses to South Africa

The launch of the 2016 International Year of Pulses in South Africa took place in the beautiful city of Cape Town at Greek restaurant Mezepoli. Guests included Nuala Lawlor, the Trade Commissioner of the Canadian High Commission, media, pulse partners and [...]

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