Approved Food argues that headlines over Tesco's food safety breach could contribute to consumer confusion over best before and use by and result in perfectly good food going to waste.
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There has been a need to develop a more reliable way to detect off-flavours in cocoa, which have previously caused immense economic damage for producers. Now we have one...
Paying homage to the long-revered beverage of beer, scientists have calculated the number of bubbles it takes to produce the perfect pint.
A recent study in Canada has investigated the reasons for produce waste in farms, and pinpointed specific regulatory changes that could help prevent this frustrating occurrence and assuage the hunger plight for numerous families.
On Earth day, a survey has revealed consumers are becoming increasingly conscious of where their food comes from and the majority would support easy labelling measures to identify how sustainable a product is.
An industry report published this week highlights the need for greater support for the UK food and drink export industry.
Nestlé has discovered unique coffee varieties which could help lower the carbon footprint associated with coffee consumption, improve yields and overcome climate change challenges.
Artisanal cheesemaking is an emerging industry in the US, peeking through the stronghold of the traditional mass-produced cheese for which it’s known.1 However, recent research reveals that this small-scale dairy community is in need of support if it’s to thrive in the future.
An international team of researchers have raised the alarm over stalled adoption of biotechnologies, which they argue would otherwise improve future food security.
Researchers are working on a new type of pesticide which would only target insects which cause damage to food production by targeting their kidney system.
Manufacturing giant Siemens has released a research paper calling for better cooperation between food and drink companies and heavy manufacturing firms.
A new project is hoping to make better use of the papaya harvest to relieve malnutrition in Ethiopia by creating more low-cost food options.
Researchers from Dartmouth College found that the quality of agricultural land was not as important as household income when it comes to predicting food insecurity.
Germany-based fast food retailer Nordsee has begun the sale of plant-based versions of some of its most popular dishes.
Marks and Spencer claims Colin the Caterpillar’s trademark is being infringed by Aldi’s Cuthbert – while the discounter has published a cheeky response.