Issue 3 2022 of New Food invites three industry heavyweights to discuss food integrity in an insightful roundtable, whilst we find out from ABN the role feed will play in helping the meat sector be more sustainable. Download and read for free to stay up to date with the latest…
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Agriculture & Fresh Produce
Fresh fruit company, Unifrutti Group, has shared its performance statistics of 2021, and lays foundations for continued growth.
A team of scientists have offered several solutions to the “global phosphorus crisis” that the group state is threatening food and water security.
A Stanford University-led study suggests that less air pollution leads to “dramatic gains” in crop yields.
HOWTIAN’s VP of Market Strategy Tom Fuzer discusses the growing production of plant-based sweetener stevia to meet global demand and ensure safety during a disrupted supply chain.
Daniel Dajewski of Agro-Projects discusses the differences between the US and European mushroom markets, and outlines the significant changes the American sector needs to undertake to modernise.
Nature, net zero and food security: New Food shares some of the key takeaways from The Soil Association’s agroecology-focused conference.
Research on banana peels may hold the key to reducing tonnes of food waste, according to a new study by Florida State University.
Research has identified that the ‘corn belt’ region in the US will likely experience increased problems with aflatoxins in the near future, calling for remedial measures to head off the problem.
In a bid to keep customers informed of its progress on key company values, US brand Chipotle has published its 2021 sustainability report, highlighting progress in several areas.
Further restrictions on UK shoppers are in place after Tesco was reported to be the third supermarket to limit sales of cooking oil.