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All sectors, not just food production, need to be considered when developing responses to the extreme weather events much of Europe is experiencing.
What is America’s favourite flavour of ice cream? Do consumers prefer waffle cones or sugar cones? Which is the busiest month for ice cream producers? The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has the answers.
As nearly everyone is aware, food price inflation has reached levels we haven’t seen in recent history. Here, Richard Volpe reflects on some of the major causes as well as lesser-known impacts that have created this perfect storm.
The latest Food and You 2 survey results have been released by the Food Standards Agency, and the results indicate a tough landscape for consumers.
Do sweet tea and whiskey mix? Boston Beer Co. and Beam-Suntory will be hoping they do after the two beverage manufacturers launched a new product that does just that.
Broccoli revolutionary Tenderstem has partnered up with Action Against Hunger and a local community scheme to support those struggling with the cost-of-living crisis.
According to research from Nestle Professional sustainability remains high on hospitality leaders’ agenda despite industry challenges.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his two-cents on the recent news that trust in food among UK consumers is falling and whether this is media-fuelled nonsense or a cause for real concern.
As the cost of living remains at a startling high, an ONS survey has found that many of those living in Great Britain have had to make cuts to food and essentials, with those with disabilities and those living in deprived areas impacted drastically.
The NCRI has uncovered a surge of misinformation online around food insecurity being pushed by Kremlin Proxy sites, Russian media and QAnon-linked conspiracy channels, claiming west is to blame for food crisis and even some which state there are no shortages.
Some US states have introduced work requirements for those receiving food stamps, but new research has suggested that these requirements can have a devastating impact on mental health.
The USDA has revealed the scope of the new scheme, which will award up to $400 million worth of non-competitive contracts to local producers to help ease food insecurity in California.
New Food hears from some of the premier experts in the US food and beverage industry and the innovative solutions they are finding for the obstacles presented in 2022.