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A worse than usual drought in Madagascar has left much of the country’s population facing famine as the “hunger season” looms large.
This week's quickfire roundup of the very latest news includes a new commitment from PepsiCo, as well as a Salmonella outbreak in the US.
New research suggests we should be paying closer attention to conflict as a cause for world hunger, after studying the food security of several countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
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”.
Claire Milligan of R-Biopharm Rhone examines the issue of aflatoxin M1 in milk and dairy products, and explains why it’s a problem that has not yet been solved by the food industry despite being around for a while.
Rick Mumford, Head of Science, Evidence and Research at the Food Standards Agency (FSA) discusses a newly published report into meat production processes in the UK and other countries worldwide.
As the Muslim world celebrates the holy month of Ramadan, New Food spoke to nut manufacturer, Besana, about a new product it has designed specifically for the festival.
A safari operator has taken to installing a microfactory in one of its lodges capable of producing fresh drinking water and even beer for its guests to reduce waste and transport emissions.
A new project is hoping to make better use of the papaya harvest to relieve malnutrition in Ethiopia by creating more low-cost food options.