Though progress has been made in terms of reducing the environmental impact of cooking fuels, the researchers suggest this progress is stalling.
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University of Exeter
Scientists at the University of Exeter reveal how bacteria that causes stomach upsets can beat the environment, with potential consequences for seafood testing methods.
The researchers analysed five wild blue crabs samples, 10 oysters, 10 farmed tiger prawns, 10 wild squid and 10 wild sardines.
The study said that AI technology could play a significant role in making labelling more comprehensive and personalised for information such as allergens and sensitivities.
A joint study by the University of Exeter and Quorn has found that the fungi-based protein source is just as rich in the nutrient as milk.