A team of researchers seek to create an alternative, greener packaging material that helps certain food and beverages last longer.
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A new research study suggests that humans possess surprising nutritional intelligence that influences our eating habits...but is the modern food sector making us turn away from our instincts?
A well-known European-based food packaging and processing company has invested in tethered caps for its carton packages in a bid to be more sustainable.
The British Nutrition Foundation has announced its intention to mark its tenth Healthy Eating Week by making it the biggest and best subscribed yet.
Another UK supermarket chain has scrapped use-by dates on one of its own-brand products in the hopes of reducing food waste.
In a bid to keep customers informed of its progress on key company values, US brand Chipotle has published its 2021 sustainability report, highlighting progress in several areas.
Further restrictions on UK shoppers are in place after Tesco was reported to be the third supermarket to limit sales of cooking oil.
Sustainability is a key feature of today’s zeitgeist, but takeaways are a naughty treat that swerve the considerations of everyday principles, right? Not so, finds Deliverect…
New launches this month include a whole host of desserts, including a dairy-free cheesecake and lactose-free ice cream.
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The conflict in Ukraine and the COVID-19 pandemic are creating a global health and nutrition crisis for millions of women and children, according to a new analysis.
EatPlanted - “Europe’s leading meat alternative” - has published its first sustainability report, highlighting its achievements and future targets to help the planet.
This week’s roundup includes the presence of Listeria monocytogenes which has led to a number of recalls throughout the USA.
High-intensity interval exercise whilst dieting may reduce cravings for fatty foods, according to a new research study.
Researchers in Japan have invented a set of electrical chopsticks that recreate the taste of salt in a hope to lower those with a high sodium intake.
New research finds that, although sustainability is important to many, the cost-of-living crisis has caused people to prioritise the price of items when making purchases.