Global food expert Marcos Fava Neves explains why Brazil is well-placed to become a key trading partner with the UK when it comes to providing sustainable and competitively priced food.
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A survey of high-ranking figures in companies around the UK has revealed the majority of firms do have plans in place to become more sustainable, but just over a third have actually achieved any goals.
New Food's Junior Editor spoke to the heads of three world-famous food markets to understand the impact the coronavirus crisis has had on them; we also hear their views on what needs to be done to encourage more people into the halls and stalls of these historic locations.
Year-round peppers are fast becoming a reality as a Canadian company has begun harvesting the popular crop during the country’s winter season, all thanks to the help of LED lighting.
Researchers have identified a vast area of land perfect for biofuel cultivation which may help resolve ethical debates over biofuel vs. food production.
The US soybean industry is launching a campaign to encourage cultivation practices that are best for the planet through a new sustainability mark for soy products.
After spending many years as a chef to some of the world’s top sports stars, Omar Meziane has partnered up with Michael Naylor, the Head of Nutrition at the English Institute for Sport to try and prove that frozen food can be healthy and tasty.
Food manufacturing giant PepsiCo has announced ambitious plans to reduce its environmental impact through more efficient agriculture processes.
UN Special Envoy to the 2021 Food Systems Summit Dr Agnes Kalibata has urged European governments to listen to farmers and other workers in order to change the global food industry for the better.
Mealworms have been approved for human consumption by the EFSA, which could help insect-based foods flourish within the EU.
In the first Chris’ Corner of 2021, Professor Chris Elliott takes a look at the complexities surrounding Neonicotinoids, and calls on the government to make the UK a world leader in ‘green pesticides’.
A bacterium which makes rice plants more resistant to disease has been discovered in the seeds of a crop in China.
Senior Vice President of Research and Development for PepsiCo Europe, Sean Westcott, discusses sustainable farming and why a greater level of co-operation is required between invested parties to make real change happen.