The researchers analysed five wild blue crabs samples, 10 oysters, 10 farmed tiger prawns, 10 wild squid and 10 wild sardines.
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The aim of the investment is to help the startups adapt to COVID-19, continue innovation in the agrifood sector and to bridge the gap towards their next investment round.
Chris Banks CBE, Executive Chair of Cracker Drinks Co and former Managing Director of Coca-Cola Great Britain, outlines some of the standout trends seen by the drinks industry during COVID-19 and offers his insight as to how drinks brands should leverage these trends.
After examining food supply chain resiliency and import dependency in remote communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have called for change.
Greenpeace urged the supermarket giant to stop buying meat from companies involved in Amazon deforestation, and Tesco has now called on Government to make deforestation-free food a policy.
The FAO-led, multi-stakeholder coalition, which aims to collectively address the impacts of the pandemic on food systems and agriculture across the world, now has support from 35 nations.
The campus will combine food production facilities with shared utilities, amenities and services, and aims to act as a global hub for innovative, sustainable food manufacturing.
The USDA report described five indicator categories to assess the impacts of climate change on agriculture, including physical, crop and livestock, biological, phenological and socioeconomic.
The peri-peri chicken restaurant chain has committed to push its suppliers to improve welfare and slaughter standards, as well as to reduce its carbon footprint across its UK and Ireland supply chains.
The FAIRR Initiative, a collaborative investor network, has revealed that almost half of the world's largest food retailers and manufacturers now have teams dedicated to plant-based foods, with Tesco and Unilever ranking top.
A study has set targets to reduce methane production by dairy cattle by 20 percent in 10 years through selective breeding.
One of the biggest challenges in the production of plant -based analogues for meat and fish is the increase of efficiency at lower costs without compromising in texture of the final product.
PepsiCo's Chris Daly discusses how the multinational food and beverage corporation is finding innovative ways to tackle long-term sustainability challenges and create more environmentally-friendly processes.
The nine projects to receive funding are applying big data, artificial intelligence and robotics to UK farming, with the aim of establishing a more efficient system of food production that cuts costs and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.