Kristofor Husted en What's Good For Baby Camels Could Be Good For Human Skin In parts of the Middle East, people drink camel's milk for its nutritional value. It boasts more vitamin C and iron than cow's milk, and it's lower in fat. But in the American Midwest, some people are rubbing camel's milk on their skin — in the form of a skin-care line from Jordan.<p>Penelope Shihab is the founder of a biotech company in Jordan — and the woman behind the Missouri startup that's working on the skin-care products.<p>Scientists at Shihab's company in Amman, called MONOJO, have been analyzing the antibodies in camel's milk. Mon, 03 Feb 2014 08:28:00 +0000 Kristofor Husted 53339 at Want To Forage In Your City? There's A Map For That If you really love your peaches and want to shake a tree, there's a map to help you find one. That goes for veggies, nuts, berries and hundreds of other edible plant species, too.<p>Avid foragers <a href="">Caleb Philips</a> and <a href="">Ethan Welty</a> launched an interactive map last month that identifies more than a half-million locations across the globe where fruits and veggies are free for the taking. Tue, 23 Apr 2013 18:58:00 +0000 Kristofor Husted 33862 at Drought Puts The Squeeze On Already Struggling Fish Farms This year's drought delivered a pricey punch to US aquaculture, the business of raising fish like bass and catfish for food. Worldwide, aquaculture has grown into a $119 billion industry, but the lack of water and high temperatures in 2012 hurt many U.S. fish farmers who were already struggling to compete on a global scale.<p>At <a href="">Osage Catfisheries</a>, about one mile off the highway in rural, central Missouri, there are dozens of rectangular ponds with rounded corners. Thu, 03 Jan 2013 21:09:56 +0000 Kristofor Husted 26240 at No More Shame: Boxed Wine Now Comes In A High-End Fashion Purse Ladies, if the thought of showing up at a party or a picnic with a box of wine seems a little gauche, there's now a product for you: <a href="" target="_blank">Vernissage's</a> "bag-in-a-bag" of wine. It's boxed wine, shaped like a handbag.<p>Elliot Stern, CEO of <a href="" target="_blank">Squish Wines</a>, is in charge of importing the bags, which originate in Sweden, into the U.S. Mon, 03 Sep 2012 12:53:00 +0000 Kristofor Husted 19189 at