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    Food Under the Microscope


    Tomato. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Tomato. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Blueberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Blueberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Salt grain. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Salt grain. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Instant coffee granules. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Instant coffee granules. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Aero mint bubble chocolate. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Aero mint bubble chocolate. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Red grape. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Red grape. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Chilli pepper. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Chilli pepper. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Saffron. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Saffron. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Cauliflower. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Cauliflower. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Dried star anise fruit. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Dried star anise fruit. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Roasted coffee bean. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Roasted coffee bean. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Aspartame, a sweetener used as an alternative to sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Aspartame, a sweetener used as an alternative to sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



    Strawberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


    Strawberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)

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Food Under the Microscope


Tomato. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Tomato. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Blueberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Blueberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Salt grain. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Salt grain. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Instant coffee granules. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Instant coffee granules. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Aero mint bubble chocolate. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Aero mint bubble chocolate. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Red grape. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Red grape. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Chilli pepper. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Chilli pepper. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Saffron. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Saffron. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Cauliflower. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Cauliflower. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Dried star anise fruit. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Dried star anise fruit. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Roasted coffee bean. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Roasted coffee bean. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Aspartame, a sweetener used as an alternative to sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Aspartame, a sweetener used as an alternative to sugar. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)



Strawberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)


Strawberry. (Photo by SPL/Barcroft Media)

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