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Andrew Tindall of Mewburn Ellis LLP gives an update on the state of the world’s fish stocks and why cellular aquaculture affords reason for optimism.
The research team has made several suggestions to increase rice crop yield despite ever more challenging conditions.
Dr Caroline Potter examines the huge potential for upcycling within the food industry, and offers advice to manufacturers looking to reduce the amount of food they throw away.
The survey conducted by the BNF claims there is a lack of understanding among consumers of what an ultra-processed food actually is.
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.
Global food expert Marcos Fava Neves explains why Brazil is well-placed to become a key trading partner with the UK when it comes to providing sustainable and competitively priced food.
In the latest edition of Talking Crop , Gideon Ashworth explains just how crucial good quality soil is for growing the crops we need to survive ahead of the UN's World Soil Day on 5 December.
The campaign aims to complement the ongoing efforts of the European Commission and other international organisations to work towards the eradication of the disease in Europe.
The FAO Food Price Index was primarily driven up by dairy and oil price increases, but meat saw a decline of almost 10 percent compared to 2019.
The FAO-led, multi-stakeholder coalition, which aims to collectively address the impacts of the pandemic on food systems and agriculture across the world, now has support from 35 nations.