Marcel Koks, Industry and Solution Strategy Director, Food and Beverage at Infor, discusses what the food factory of the future will look like.
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Air Protein CEO, Lisa Dyson, explains how her company leveraged NASA technology to create a protein source from the air that we breathe.
The FSA’s new Chair, Susan Jebb, discusses her ideas about the agency’s role in helping deliver the government’s vision for a reformed food system.
Arun Chauhan investigates the fast food company Subway’s fake tuna scandal and reflects on what it means for the food industry.
Bethan Grylls and Mecca Ibrahim interview a number of wine experts to find out whether the sector, which has been deemed as not diverse enough, has made any significant improvements.
As we see a number of changes in the way in which foods are labelled, Professor Chris Elliott offers his expert insight on the current and future landscape.
ADM has identified five changes in consumer behaviour which it predicts will last long after the pandemic is over, and will greatly influence the food, drink and supplement sectors.
In the latest edition of Mythbreakers, Dr Adam Carey asks whether carb-loading can be beneficial to consumers, and offers important advice around choosing sports nutrition products that are upfront about their ingredients.
Food safety expert, Wasi Asghar, examines the ways in which the senior management of food manufacturers can improve food safety culture.
As ‘normal’ life resumes, Danone's Clare Denham discusses how brands can support families looking for convenient and simple baby feeding solutions.
While many traditional means of preserving meat are no longer acceptable to today’s consumers, rosemary can provide an effective natural solution.
Following the announcement of £19.2 million for a cross-government surveillance project to protect public health, the FSA’s Chief Scientific Advisor Professor Robin May explains why it is needed.
Andrew Sim and Alanna Rennie assess the regulatory state of play when it comes to GMOs in China, and offer manufacturers advice.
Louise Findlay-Wilson looks at what makes a brand loved by consumers and how this can impact their loyalty.
Professor Chris Elliott looks at the current and future issues the food sector faces and criticises the UK government’s intervention – or lack of – in helping us overcome these obstacles.