Woolworths supermarket managers have a new tool to help with their daily tasks.
No, not virtual supermarkets a la Woolworths posters at stations and bus stops, but virtual in the IT sense. The retail giant has deployed Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation software at each of its 741 supermarkets.
A U.S. study has found that food manufacturers are, for the most part, not voluntarily replacing harmful trans fats with other dangerously unhealthy fats. Instead, they are generally doing the right thing and making their products healthier. However, you still have to watch out for some of them!
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