The researchers, from Shinshu University in Japan, study foods indigenous to Japan to share knowledge with others around the world with the hope that they, too, can benefit from the culture.
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The Close the Glass Loop platform has the objective to achieve a post-consumer glass container collection target of 90 percent, and to ensure that this is recycled into the container glass production loop to come back as a new packaging.
Josh Holt, Founder of artisan, ethical coffee roaster Coffee Story, prides his company on bridging the gap between growers and consumers. Here, he tells New Food more about the start-ups endeavours.
Gen Z, who are still relatively ‘new’ drinkers, are reportedly not bound by traditional flavours - with 31 percent opting for new, trendy options and 30 percent choosing flavours classed as unusual.
Using cherry beverages as an example, researchers have discovered that flavouring containing benzaldehyde can develop harmful benzene under the influence of light.
Whiskey is said to leave a distinct pattern behind when it dries up, which the researchers believe could be used as a 'fingerprint' for identifying authentic whiskeys.
Recently appointed UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has delivered his first Budget in the House of Commons, announcing the government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead, including the introduction of a plastic packaging tax and the fact that tax will not be increased on alcoholic drinks.
The bill, which states bottled water is harmful to environment, has been condemned by the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA), which claims that the bill lacks fact and is not based on sound scientific sources.
With potential human applications, a study has found that the combination of green tea extract with exercise reduced fatty liver disease in mice.
One study analysed the impact of Chile's Law of Food Labeling and Advertising, and the other looked at the effect of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL).
Although health and nutrition experts have warned that these products can contain elevated levels of sugar and sodium, the rise in sales is due to an increase of advertising, according to researchers from the University of Connecticut.