Nanotechnology could change structure of food products

07/27/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Scientists are looking to nanotechnology to change the molecular structure of food, making it more healthful and better-tasting. Though the products are not yet ready for retail, experiments are taking place to make potentially beneficial ingredients more palatable and to cut salt and fat without harming taste.

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