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Ahead of official publication of their key recommendations, Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University Belfast, offers his initial insights into the Uganda food poisoning outbreak he and his team helped resolve.
Inspired by new research, Professor Chris Elliott questions whether our lack of micronutrients should be another focal point for the National Food Strategy.
Part one of the National Food Strategy has been published by Henry Dimbleby, offering recommendations for the future of food policy and trade. Here, New Food highlights the views of some key industry players...
During the coronavirus pandemic, food fraud has been on the rise – but this is just the beginning, warns Professor Chris Elliott.
Three experts join New Food's Editor in this latest episode to offer advice and clarity on the coronavirus outbreak.
In a society where consumers are fed stories a plenty about contamination, fraud and miscommunicated allergens in their food, the need for consumer trust in the food supply chain has never been greater. In a bid to get ahead of social media scepticism, Chris Elliott and Connor Black outline why…
The pasteurization of milk is said to carry benefits, such as the prevention of pathogens, but some argue that the process destroys key benefits in milk. Here, Chris Elliott, Javier Lou Franco and Joost Nelis from Queen's University Belfast discuss.
Breweries in the EU are reported to throw out around 3.4 million tonnes of unspent grain every year, weighing the equivalent of 500,000 elephants.