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Wai-Chan Chan, Managing Director of The Consumer Goods Forum, discusses why collaboration within the food industry is critical if we are to halt the oncoming tide of climate change.
With millions of people around the world managing food allergies, what can manufacturers do to attract the hypersensitive consumer?
The UK inflation rate has risen to its highest in 30 years, and prices of everyday essentials are on the up, so what does this mean for the citizens of the fifth richest country in the world?
New Food’s Assistant Editor, Joshua Minchin, looks back on his predictions for 2021 and makes five more for the year ahead.
A record-breaking two million people pledged to take part in Veganuary and restaurants around the world are keen to take part with a plethora of vegan launches - but is it too good to be true?
New Food hears from Buckley’s Bees, an organisation looking to help repopulate the dwindling bee numbers, on why extinction would have such a detrimental impact on our food system.
Meet the new piece of technology which could transform the shrimp farming industry. Dr Faik Hamad, and Dr Poo Balan Ganesan discuss how micro-bubble technology could be change fish farming in developing countries.
What is the May Contain Consultation and why are we encouraging businesses to respond to the March deadline? Ben Rayer from the FSA’s Food Hypersensitivity Team explains.
Is it a legal requirement, public safety or public perception? In this article, Buddhi Dias tackles the common reasons for testing food for pesticides, as well as what you should expect from a testing laboratory.
Low-moisture food groups come with added risk; find out how PerkinElmer can help you test with confidence.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his thoughts on the rewild scheme, which will see £800 million go to landowners to plant trees and restore wetlands, but there are fears that this will cause serious food security issues and even put small farms out of business.
Today, plastic recycling is imperative; however, the act of separating different types of plastic is slow and labour intensive. Here, we find out how NIR spectroscopy can help…
It is not often that scientific advances approach complicated problems in such a seemingly fitting way, but such is the case with high-tech farming and mycotoxins.
New Food’s Joshua Minchin interviewed IFT’s Bryan Hitchcock, in a bid to gauge how transparent the seafood sector’s supply chains are and what’s being done to improve traceability in the industry.