“UK shoppers are already voting with their wallets,” claims Hearts & Science Chief Strategy Officer, suggesting a more eco-conscious market.
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Pollock has been declared one of most climate-friendly sources of protein by the Association of Genuine Pollock Producers (GAPP), after analysis of energy, land, and water resource usage.
Researchers assess the range of future global food security projections to 2050, using a study that focuses on the two major food security indicators.
Feeding America have launched a new online grocery service in the hope to help those facing stigma and transportation issues surrounding hunger.
Natto - a Japanese breakfast - may inhibit the ability of the COVID-19 virus to infect cells and cause disease, suggests new research.
This week’s roundup includes multiple undeclared allergens, as well as reports of products contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in the US.
A new and “real” opportunity to lead to a growth in Welsh food and drink sectors has been revealed in a new plan.
Supermarket chains see lack of food on shelves due to self-isolation alerts reaching vast numbers. Is the 'pingdemic' affecting the food supply chain?
How much do we really know about allergens? New research suggests there is serious work to be done in educating and providing more information to consumers on allergens.
Scientists from Ohio State University are researching whether our sense of smell can be influenced to encourage healthier eating.
Bacteriophages could provide the answer to one of the world's biggest food safety concerns, that of Salmonella in chickens, according to researchers from the University of Leicester.
Research suggests that caffeine intake can improve an athletes muscle endurance and strength, on top of various aerobic and anaerobic sport-specific benefits.
Thirty percent of German consumers say curiosity is motivating them to try new beers, with craft beer gaining a stronger presence since 2019
The demand for fertilizer is on the rise and as such, the need for a sustainable way to produce urea is high on the agenda. Now, researchers have discovered a new method which they promise is more energy efficient whilst still being competitive.
Researchers carry out novel approach using satellites in an effort to improve the lives of migrant workers in Southern Greece and tackle modern slavery.