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New Food’s Assistant Editor, Joshua Minchin, looks back on his predictions for 2021 and makes five more for the year ahead.
A new scientific review suggests that coffee stimulates the digestive process and increases the number of good bacteria in the gut.
With partakers of Dry January on the rise, research suggests that UK drinkers are moderating their alcohol intake all year round.
The alcohol sector looks to be the biggest winner from the Autumn 2021 Budget, though scratch beneath the surface and it seems like not all corners of the industry will benefit from the proposed policies.
Wildfires can be catastrophic for any crop, but the damage done to grapes might not reveal itself until it’s too late. Richard Jack and Dr Rob O’Brien explain how labs are helping vineyards ward off the effects of wildfires.
With reserves of CO2 running low and a lack of visibility on overall stocks, a UK company believes it may be able to help soft drink manufacturers prolong the fizz using science.
A new initiative known as ‘BURT’ will be trialled in Glasgow and inform a future UK-wide rollout of a reusable cup scheme.