Researchers from the Utrecht University will present their findings to the European Parliament this week as they search for alternatives to caging farm animals.
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A new study from researchers in Europe has called for certain areas of seas to be restricted to fishing in order to allow fish stocks to replenish.
Haley Gershon and Maren Pauly of Beta Analytic explain how carbon dating can be used to determine how natural a product's ingredients really are.
With the European Parliament’s failure to decide on the legality of vegan ‘sausages’ or ‘burgers’, the European livestock sector is launching the campaign, ceci n’est pas un steak.
MEPs want the European Food Safety Agency to publish safety studies before a product is authorised to go on to the market.
Tests in some EU countries found same-brand fish fingers with less fish, sliced bread with less whole wheat flour, and orange drinks with no orange content.
The European Parliament has voted in support of a series of targets concerning the treatment of household waste, including food.
A vote by the European Parliament has thrown the future of the kebab into jeopardy as ministers expressed concern the additives retailers use to protect flavour and retain water in the meat.
European Parliament ministers have failed to reach a resolution over relicensing the controversial herbicide glyphosate once again.
Representatives from the National Farmers Union Scotland (NFUS) have arrived in Belgium to argue the case for a controversial herbicide as the EU decides its future.
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