A new House of Lords Committee will investigate the role of some food types and the food and beverage industry on obesity and public health.
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A new study has revealed that chlormequat, a pesticide, has been found in four out of five test participants.
African rice production could be increased hugely without largescale land conversion, a new study claims, easing food insecurity.
In our latest instalment of Recall Roundup we highlight food and beverage recalls in the UK and US. Read our latest update here...
Vegan Action has certified TurtleTree’s animal-free sustainable lactoferrin, LF+ making it the first precision fermentation dairy company globally to obtain vegan certification.
A team of Korean researchers have created cultured beef rice grown through animal muscle and fat cells inside rice grains.
Kellanova and Albertsons Companies have joined forces to addressing food insecurity in the US through a donation to hunger-relief efforts.
ONS has revealed that the annual rate of inflation for food and non-alcoholic beverages has dipped to seven percent, driven by items including chocolate biscuits, cooking sauces and instant coffee.
Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s is investing in living wages for banana workers in Cameroon, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Ghana.
New Food speaks to industry members about Uber Eats making changes to its Super Bowl advert following negative response to a peanut allergy related clip.
NJIT researchers have claimed that they have developed “one of the fastest and most sensitive approaches yet” to detect PFAS.
In the latest instalment of Recall Roundup we highlight recent food and beverage recalls from the UK and US.
Researchers have looked into whether shop bought orange juice has the same nutritional benefits as freshly squeezed. Find out the results of the study here…
Discount supermarket Lidl is piloting an own bottle return scheme across a city in the UK with “unlimited cash rewards” for consumers.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has claimed there are “major opportunities” for Africa’s rice sector to increase its yield gains through improved agronomic practices.