A new report claims the UK fruit and veg sector could be boosted by more than £200 million if everyone ate the amount of greens advised by the Government.
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A decline in biodiversity could have a damaging nutritional effect on populations dependent on fish according to a new study of the Peruvian Amazon.
The wheat gluten known as seitan has taken the vegan world by storm in recent years, and now new data reveals that it is significantly better for the environment than other meat competitors.
In this webinar, Biospringer experts will explore the current and emerging market trends and explain how yeast protein can help develop great savoury or sweet plant-based foods.
The research suggests some parents do not introduce new foods into their children’s diets often enough and nearly half of respondents said half of their shopping basket goes unchanged.
Introducing the eye catching dragon fruit - a delight to our senses and health alike, as Tania Dey explains.
Feeding America says American house holds are having to find more money for food each month in the latest edition of its annual Map the Meal Gap study.
British strawberry season officially kicks off today, with a later than usual start leading to bigger and juicier strawberries for UK consumers than they might normally find.
Following the Queen’s Speech, New Food’s Editor takes a deep dive into the possible consequences of the new, pending “junk food” advertising and calorie-labelling rules, which aim to tackle the UK obesity crisis.
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Novel foods have to be a part of the solution if the world is to solve the problem of malnutrition – that’s according to researchers from the University of Cambridge.