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6 November 2018 | By New Food
Trial group who ate fish reduced their bronchial inflammation by 14 units.
27 September 2018 | By Anna Lambert (New Food)
Figure has reached the USD 1-billion mark, says Minister
24 September 2018 | By New Food
Leading New Zealand supermarket chain Countdown withdraws Australian strawberries from sale, after needles found in a punnet of Choice brand strawberries sourced from Western Australia.
18 September 2018 | By New Food
Sewing needles have been found embedded in supermarket strawberries in all six states, resulting in one man being taken to hospital.
With new corporate reporting requirements coming into effect worldwide, what else can the industry do to combat human rights violations within the supply chain? Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood and Jacob Smit look at the current picture.
4 September 2018 | By New Food
The Food and Agriculture Organization has warned how the current outbreak of African swine fever could easily spread.
8 August 2018 | By New Food
A new agreement that will see British farmers and food producers export pork to Taiwan for the first time is expected to be worth in excess of £50 million over the next five years.
19 July 2018 | By Iqra Farooq (New Food)
Leaders reiterated their resolve to work together, resulting in benefits for food and beverage exporters under the new Economic Partnership Agreement.
29 June 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
The three-month industry trial is supported by Potatoes New Zealand and is in collaboration between Elea (Germany) and the University of Otago.
21 June 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
According to the National University of Singapore, the research facility will deepen knowledge of good macronutrients and micronutrients, food products and ingredients, as well as design eco-friendly 'bio-factories' to produce industrial biochemicals.
1 June 2018 | By Daniel Birchmore (New Food)
New research has suggested rational behaviour is not the only thing that keeps Russians from throwing away food - many food-handling practices have been shaped by socio-cultural factors, including the gastronomic trauma suffered in times of famine and scarcity.
31 May 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
A study has used China as an example of how differing regulatory systems can cost economies billions.