The impact of food transportation on the climate is a lot worse than was previously anticipated, with researchers urging consumers to buy and eat local.
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A report published by the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has shot a warning to the UK Government, asking that it listen to famers and food producers when it negotiates trade deals in the future.
It’s long been recommended that pregnant women drink no more than two to three cups of coffee a day, yet new research has suggested that there are no adverse affects to coffee-drinking during pregnancy.
Sustainability and health are top drivers for flexitarians seeking plant-based food and drink, but taste tops the list, according to a new study.
Research by Australian Macadamias finds that macadamia nuts “tick a lot of boxes” when it comes to what consumers want to eat.
A new study has found that eating certain foods late in the evening could cause further problems for those with diabetes.
A new study has revealed that pet owners may unwittingly be feeding their animals with meat from endangered shark species, after DNA barcoding tests were conducted on several pet food brands in Singapore.
The deaths of four food delivery riders in New South Wales (NSW), Australia could be jointly investigated in a coronial inquest that would scrutinise safety standards in the industry.
A new study has revealed that changes to infant allergen guidelines may have caused serious hospital admissions of children with allergic reactions to plateau.