Dr Ernest Teye, Director of The Africa Centre for Food Fraud and Safety, underlines the importance of innovation in the fight against food fraud in sub-Saharan Africa and demonstrates recent progress in the region.
List view / Grid view
Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS)
The IGFS at Queen’s University Belfast believe that using seaweed to feed farm animals will help cut down methane emissions by at least 30 percent.
New research from Queen’s University Belfast suggests drinking a few glasses of red wine a week could be the key to reduced blood pressure.
The study is believed to be the first multi-continent research undertaken on the impact of COVID-19 on eating habits.
Food Fraud 2018 chairman Professor Chris Elliott's opening remarks set out the scale of the growing global food fraud threat.
Several food and agricultural research projects in Norther Ireland have been awarded nearly £2 million in funding between them. The research projects all focus on improving food safety, security and transparency right through the system. They include Food Fortress, a scheme investigating an effective surveillance system for detecting and preventing…