A digital dietician has been created at Penn State University using VR technology in the hopes of helping people make better dietary choices.
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A new study has found that a vegan diet may be more beneficial to dogs in comparison to a meat-based one.
Children in England have experienced food poisoning due to parents turning off fridges and freezers overnight in a bid to cut back on bills.
A new report has found that the global digestive health supplements market is predicted to grow as consumers become more health-conscious.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has hinted that gene-editing legislation could be passed in the UK sooner than many anticipated, with stresses caused by the Ukraine crisis cited as a potential reason.
The NGO has painted a very bleak picture in Somalia, where it is struggling to treat everyone that arrives at its Stabilization Centers in the East African country.
If the study is correct and taste buds can adapt to lower-sodium diets, then in theory the job of the dietitian will become considerably easier when it comes to encouraging healthier foods.
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New launches in the industry this month include vitamin-enriched eggs, a plant-based gut-friendly yoghurt range, and a new popcorn flavour in honour of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum jubilee.
Mexican spirit brand Buen Vato announces that its innovative tequila will soon be heading to Europe.
Lamipak has announced the construction of a second factory, which it says will be the first of its kind to produce aseptic packaging in the Indonesia.
This week’s roundup sees numerous undeclared allergens causing recalls around the world.
University students from Johns Hopkins in the US have created an edible tape that can hold a wrap together, potentially ending messy meals for good.
Data by graze reveals that adults and children in the UK are consuming too much sugar due to a lack of understanding, but it hopes to help with a new campaign.
School meals could become smaller across the UK due to inflation, warns the Chief Executive of a large food wholesaler.