Welcome to New Food's Issue 4 2023 Application Notes supplement!
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Discover the latest ingredients innovations with our in-depth focus, featuring advancements in the world of chocolate.
In what has been the year that plant-based was brought down to Earth with a bump, could sporting events be a key area of growth?
François Bourdichon examines microbial food culture safety and provides a critical update on fermentation and its potential risks and benefits in food products.
Discover Food Safety In-Depth Focus, featuring articles on digital traceability and the safety of fermented food.
In this Q&A, New Food speaks to Professor Susan Jebb, Chair of the Food Standards Agency about the "Our Food" report and how workforce shortages must being addressed to strengthen food safety in the UK.
Issue 4 2023 of New Food is out now – download your copy today to get more than 50 pages of insight and analysis of the food and beverage industry.
As the UK's CBD market surges, Steve Brownett Gale discusses evolving regulations for safety and dosage and shares how retailers and manufacturers must adapt as consumers navigate changes.
Professor Chris Elliott reports from the Future of Foods Summit in Thailand and expresses a change of heart when it comes to alternative proteins.
Joshua Minchin reflects on the proposed deregulation of NGT products in the EU and analyses the effect on the food industry.
With a month having passed since Food Integrity Global, Grace Galler reflects on the key takeaways from the two day conference and shares how the sector came together to discuss some of the most prevalent concerns in the industry right now.
In this series, we speak to dynamic voices in the food industry, showcasing individuals who are embracing new responsibilities and unveiling their visions for the sector.
Zoë Ellis discusses Danone's launch of GetPRO and how its high-protein product offerings have allowed it to become the Official Yoghurt Partner of Team GB for the Paris Olympics 2024.
Addressing the global issue of food waste, Mathilde Chatin explores innovative solutions, from consumer awareness and donations to repurposing waste for animal feed and bio-fertilisers.
In today’s world of data and digital transformation, the food industry must harness the value from these new tools. It is also important to avoid ‘mistakes’ by making the wrong investments. bioMérieux’s suite of innovative solutions for augmented diagnostics includes the specialisation in digitalising EMP. Here are a few key…