Tufts University has shared that it has launched the world’s first university undergraduate degree in cellular agriculture.
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With a month having passed since Food Integrity Global, Grace Galler reflects on the key takeaways from the two day conference and shares how the sector came together to discuss some of the most prevalent concerns in the industry right now.
In response to apprehensions among farmers, the UK's Red Tractor food assurance scheme has delayed the introduction of new standards and modules until the conclusion of the NFU's governance review.
Researchers have claimed that synthetic dyes making their way into wastewater can cause "ecological and human health threats".
John Smout reveals how Nofence's virtual fencing technology empowers farmers with GPS collars, improving livestock management, soil health, and animal welfare.
Professor Chris Elliott talks through discussions had at Food Integrity Global and highlights improved food fraud detection, Brexit's impact, climate change challenges, and the need for innovation in the sector.
In our latest Recall Roundup we highlight various food recalls in the UK and US including chicken dippers containing pieces of blue plastic.
After Rishi Sunak rowed back on several climate commitments, Raphael Podselver from ProVeg International, a co-host of Food4Climate at COP28, examines the implications of this decision and what it means for the food industry.
In this week’s Recall Roundup we look at food recalls in the UK and US including a Hotel Chocolat product that may contain pieces of glass.
Academics from numerous universities have expressed concern about the Government’s “U-turns” regarding food policy in the UK.
One of the world’s largest meat processing companies JBS has announced it will be opening Brazil's first cultivated protein research centre in late 2024.