A team of food scientists and engineers recently received a grant to develop and test a portable sensor technology which aims to quickly detect foodborne pathogens outside of a lab.
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The scientists behind the study do however acknowledge that this is not an easy issue for the fishing industry to fix, and have recognised that conservations efforts must be “realistic”.
Bycatch of dolphins and porpoises was an issue highlighted by high-profile documentary Seaspiracy, and scientists are now calling on countries to do more to protect cetaceans in European waters.
A study has suggested that minimum pricing on alcohol has decreased alcohol consumption in Scottish adults by 7.6 percent per week.
According to a new report, LED lighting on supermarket shelves is reducing the nutritional value of milk and shortening its shelf life.
The perceived safety and quality of food imported from Europe into China provides commercial opportunities for European food producers, research has found.
Fighting food fraud in 2017 will be no easy task. New Food Editor Stephanie Anthony speaks to Dr Diogo Monteiro Senior Lecturer at the Newcastle University for an insight.
14 June 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer
Researchers found demand for sugary cereals fell by 48% if consumers knew a tax was being applied and consumers purchased healthier alternatives...