Goli Nutrition selects Atos to power new retail experience based on edge technology

IRVING, Texas, and WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Atos and Goli Nutrition, an innovator in health and creator of the world’s first apple cider vinegar (ACV) gummy, today announce a 5-year contract to power a new honest vending retail experience for customers. As Goli’s key digital partner, Atos’ end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solution will enable a new style of micro-retail consumer experience enhanced by edge computing, connected IoT vending machines and AI vision. The solution will provide Goli with valuable supply chain insight, operational and product efficiencies, and increased consumer engagement.

Atos Codex Internet of Things solution will help build, run and secure business services and data platforms for Goli’s 20,000 cashless and contactless honest vending machines in various retail locations like airports and shopping malls. The first roll out of 5,000 honest vending machines will take place across the United States and Canada

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Consequences of decades of global nutrition transition — ScienceDaily

Just a handful of rice and beans — a part of our world is starved. Hawaiian Pizza and ice-cream — another part of our world is stuffed, throwing away food every day. This gap is likely to worsen, while food waste will increase and pressure on the environment will go up, a new study shows. Researchers from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) assessed the consequences if the current nutrition transition, from scarce starch-based diets towards processed foods and animal products, continues — the calculations combine, for the first time, estimates for under- and overweight, food composition and waste. Their findings provide a startling look ahead: By 2050, more than 4 billion people could be overweight, 1.5 billion of them obese, while 500 million people continue to be underweight.

“If the observed nutrition transition continues, we will not achieve the United Nations goal of eradicating hunger worldwide,” explains

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Poor nutrition in school years may have created 20 cm height gap across nations — ScienceDaily

A new global analysis led by Imperial College London, and published in journal The Lancet, has assessed the height and weight of school-aged children and adolescents across the world.

The study, which used data from 65 million children aged five to 19 years old in 193 countries, revealed that school-aged children’s’ height and weight, which are indicators of their health and quality of their diet, vary enormously around the world.

There was a 20 cm difference between 19-year-olds in the tallest and shortest nations — this represented an eight-year growth gap for girls, and a six-year growth gap for boys. For instance, the study revealed that the average 19-year-old girl in Bangladesh and Guatemala (the nations with the world’s shortest girls) is the same height as an average 11-year-old girl in the Netherlands, the nation with the tallest boys and girls.

The international team behind the study warn that

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Marizyme and SBH Nutrition Science Agree to Develop Krillase(R) Based Dental Products for Pets

JUPITER, FL / ACCESSWIRE / October 27, 2020 / Marizyme, Inc. (OTCQB:MRZM) (“Marizyme” or the “Company”), an integrated life sciences company, announced today that it has signed a binding letter of intent with SBH Nutrition Science LLC (“SBH”) to develop pet therapeutic products using Marizyme’s Krillase® technology. Upon developing a successful product formulation, Marizyme and SBH intend to enter into a non-exclusive license that will grant SBH rights to market and distribute the Krillase-based products into the rapidly growing Asian, U.S. and European markets. Upon securing a license from Marizyme, SBH and Enova (Shanghai) Pet Products Co. in China, makers of Pure & Natural® and PURELOVE® diet brands and the MAXIVET® supplement line, may collaborate to develop therapeutic pet products.

The powerful enzymes in Marizyme’s clinically tested Krillase technology dissolve plaque and biofilms on teeth and, with repeated use, may prevent the build-up of plaque.

“Krillase technology has demonstrated during

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