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Rachael Harper (New Food Magazine)
Calls made for the food and drink industry to take action after new research shows that the public is still confused about recycling.
Two key enzymes have been identified that release sulphur from health-beneficial chemicals in thale cress to promote growth in sulphur-deficient conditions.
An investigation from the Clean Label Project on 23 of the leading decaffeinated coffee brands has found the solvent, methylene chloride, in several of the products.
Recommendations for the government’s future UK trade policy have been made by organisations from across the food and drink supply chain.
A new report has shown that glass packaging continues to record steady production growth in Europe.
Burcon, Nestlé and Merit Functional Foods Corporation have partnered to accelerate the development of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives with a favourable environmental footprint.
Food Standards Scotland has said it is collaborating with numerous Scottish businesses to raise awareness of food crime.
Productivity and environmental improvements are to be boosted in the UK farming sector for decades to come with new landmark legislation.
An event is being launched by the British Meat Processors Association to discuss the impacts of different farming systems and explore solutions to climate change.
According to a new survey from Action on Sugar, popular ‘ready to drink’ pre-mixed spirits and cocktails sold in supermarkets are high in 'hidden' sugar and calories.
Following a positive opinion issued by the EFSA, the European Member States have voted in favour of listing nicotinamide riboside chloride as a novel food ingredient.
With difficulties such as the brown marmorated stink bug hitting the Italian pear market, the supply chain is to gather together to focus on new commercial opportunities for the industry.
A global consortium, known as ‘the Whole Grain initiative’ has launched International Whole Grain Day to raise awareness of whole grain and increase whole grain intake worldwide.