Joost Matthijssen of Nutreco explains how alternative protein can be part of the solution to feeding an increased global population, rather than a sole saviour for the food industry.
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Microplastic (MP) pollution and its impact on marine organisms is a concern for human health, claims new research from the University of Portsmouth.
This week's roundup includes multiple undeclared allergens in UK based supermarket chains, as well as reports of products contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in North America.
Despite growing profits and rising share prices, Japanese seafood companies are less financially healthy than they seem. To avoid suffering the impact of overfishing and maintain growth, they must switch to sustainable strategies, writes François Mosnier, Financial Research Analyst at Planet Tracker.
The Oncofood project revealed some expectations of cancer patients regarding new food solutions.
Susan Brownlow explains why carbon labelling is important to consumers and outlines some of the barriers to widespread adoption.
Researchers claim the local supply lines and direct marketing approaches of local seafood networks meant an ordinarily niche sector was able to do well during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A team of researchers have noted a decline in wild salmon population and diversity in Canada over the last century.
Seafood firms affected by the increased Brexit bureaucracy expressed their frustration at the government for what they see as a lack of support over border delays.