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The enzyme has been developed to accelerate the transition to a circular economy, and will reportedly enable plastic packaging to be recycled and re-used more efficiently.
Campaign group Foodwatch has sent a letter to the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety expressing concerns about food safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new bean is a type of pinto bean - a common target of leafhoppers - which are considered a vital crop, accounting for more than a third of all edible dry beans produced in the US.
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.
Research has suggested that the healthy food trend, popularised in the late 2010s, has been replaced with food and drinks traditionally associated with indulgence, comfort or leisure as people stay home during coronavirus lockdowns.
The YO-MIX PRIME yoghurt cultures were developed to create ultimate mildness and premium texture for consumers – and provide a new level of indulgence in yoghurt.
Dairy farmers have been reported to be dumping milk as demand from retailers drops due to COVID-19, and the WDA has called on the US government to act now.
A new animal study has suggested that switching to a ketogenic diet – a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet – may help alleviate symptoms of asthma.
Food supply chain disruptions caused by Covid-19 may lead to increased food security challenges in ASEAN.
Bacterial canker of tomato is a disease that leads to wilt, cankers, and eventually death in the fruit, but breeders have reportedly known that wild tomatoes carry some form of pathogenic resistance to the disease, but with limited knowledge.
The interactive website aims to easily allow the public to participate in routine discussions and process amendments that will ensure continuous improvement of the leafy green food safety preventive practices.
A research team has been working find out how food flavours and textures can influence behaviour by describing a novel digestive-brain axis identified in mice, which they say could be relevant for treating obesity.
Food & Water Watch and the Center for Food Safety have suggested that analysis of newly released data reveals the New Swine Inspection System eliminates critical animal and carcass inspection, which could potentially lead to disease outbreaks.
The researchers have found that ursolic acid, abundant in fruit peels and some herbs, both prevents and repairs neurons in animal models of multiple sclerosis.