A new trial has revealed that a 16-week course of omalizumab has the potential to safeguard children with multiple food allergies in the event of accidental exposure.
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In the latest episode of Food To Go, Josh and Grace speak to food safety titan Jorge Hernandez about the ever-evolving applications of AI in the sector. Listen to find out how The Wendy's Company is putting the tool to good use and predictions for its use in the future.
A new study has revealed that chlormequat, a pesticide, has been found in four out of five test participants.
African rice production could be increased hugely without largescale land conversion, a new study claims, easing food insecurity.
In our latest instalment of Recall Roundup we highlight food and beverage recalls in the UK and US. Read our latest update here...
New Food speaks to industry members about Uber Eats making changes to its Super Bowl advert following negative response to a peanut allergy related clip.
NJIT researchers have claimed that they have developed “one of the fastest and most sensitive approaches yet” to detect PFAS.
In the latest instalment of Recall Roundup we highlight recent food and beverage recalls from the UK and US.
Chair of EFRA, Sir Robert Goodwill shares “serious concerns” regarding biosecurity threats to UK's agri-food sector following the implementation of BTOM and urges clarity on check funding cuts and Sevington facility concerns.
EU politicians today passed a draft report which could see some crops produced via “new genomic techniques” separated from the current EU regulation.
A group of scientists have carried out research into the links between PFAS and diet. Find out more about the study here…
At the upcoming BFFF conference, key industry players are set to discuss warming up the cold chain and the impact this could have on the environment.