Livestock supply chains are a major source of nitrogen emissions and the sector requires a global initiative to tackle pollution, says new study. Read more
New research by food-tech firm Chicory has indicated which ingredients US consumers are turning to for health, amid the current climate of fear and uncertainty over coronavirus. Read more
Quorn Foods has entered into a collaboration with Teesside University to develop the quality and sustainability of its protein. Read more
DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences has partnered with APC Microbiome Ireland SFI Research Centre (APC) as part of a €6.3 million research project to develop microbiome-based health sol... Read more
The global non-alcoholic wine market is estimated to be worth more than $10bn by 2027, according to market intelligence company Fact.MR. Read more
New research has found that consumers were much more likely to accept new, unfamiliar ingredients once they were made aware of the sustainable features of these ingredients. Read more
According to a new report published by consumer group BEUC, the number of food controls and the resources allocated to them are “dwindling” across Europe. Read more
Plastic teabags can release billions of microplastic particles into a cup of tea, according to researchers at McGill University in Canada. Read more
On 22 August The World Health Organization (WHO) requested further research into microplastics and their potential effects on human health, while also appealing to reduce plastic p... Read more
A new study from King’s College London has identified a link between drinking red wine and increased gut microbiota diversity compared to non-red wine drinkers. The study also foun... Read more
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