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New research from Queen’s University Belfast suggests a change in feed was key to reducing the carbon impact of pig farming in the UK.
The study is believed to be the first multi-continent research undertaken on the impact of COVID-19 on eating habits.
McCormick’s VP welcomes investigation into sage fraud and celebrates its own clean results whilst reminding consumers that not all sage is equal.
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.