A university modelling study has identified that large areas of the United States could provide sufficient food for local citizens, depending on varying diets.
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A team from MIT has designed a colorimetric sensor that can spot signs of food spoilage and contamination.
The researchers noted that the participants had several concerns relating to cultured meat, including an anticipated taste or disgust, health and safety, and whether it is a more sustainable option.
To help enterprises cope with the ‘new normal’ and to rebuild trust from consumers, the new scheme is based on more comprehensive internationally accredited food safety and traceability standards.
FAO member countries have joined others from across the food system to call for closer collaboration and a focus on innovation to end food insecurity and hunger.
FSIS has invited those interested in public health and advancing food safety to comment on activities and research that promote safe consumer food handling.
The Task Force aims to endorse recommendations presented in the National Food Strategy and act as a platform for the more than four million children living in poverty in the UK.
Study finds white striping disease in 85 percent of standard factory-farmed chicken on the shelves of the top UK supermarkets.
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