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Tate & Lyle and Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN hope to help farmers focus on sustainability on an acreage equivalent to Tate & Lyle's entire global corn purchases.
New Food Magazine catches up with some of the visitors and exhibitors at the 2019 Kent County Show.
Michael Gove, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, has said that there will be “no shortages of fresh food” in the result of a no-deal Brexit.
Across four farms, farmers in Norfolk will have harvested 20 tonnes of Britain’s first commercial crop of chickpeas after ideal warm temperatures led to suitable growing conditions.
The UK government is being urged to consider the wider implications before supporting the introduction of genetically modified food (GM) to UK agriculture.
The FDA has issued a letter calling on all sectors of the papaya industry to take actions to prevent foodborne illnesses.
A new study suggests that Chinese cabbage has its own independent mechanism for flowering.
Scientists have been able to trace sources of lead (and other metals) by analysing the presence of lead isotopes in honey and Pacific salmon.
Pathogenic bacteria in some apple-packing facilities may be protected by harmless bacteria that are known for their ability to form biofilms.
A new report predicts an 18 percent decline in profitability should there be a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Factors such as its low allergenic potential, as well as nutritional and functional advantages, have boosted the pea protein market.