Food to Go returns with more analysis of COP28 and its true impact on the food and beverage industry.
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The first non-chicken cultivated meat product has recieved a "no questions" letter from the Israeli Ministry of Health.
In the fight against climate change, only 38 percent of Brits have said that they believe COP28 will lead to “tangible change”, research finds.
Joanna Trewern takes you inside COP28 and asks whether, despite all the talk, food really made it onto the menu in Dubai.
Michael Victor reveals the ways in which COP28 prioritised food and agriculture, highlighting crucial links between climate change, farming, and the need for nuanced solutions.
Dr. Ali bin Mohammed Tabouk explains the advantages of utilising the Salah Free Zone, located in the Sultanate of Oman.
According to a study, the US has broken the “billion dollar barrier", accounting for 60 percent of the global investment in lab-grown meat.
The world could be heading for a period of political instability and violence, after research suggested the effects of the food crisis could be more pronounced than previously thought.