The popularity of Cannabidiol (CBD) has surged, not just in the food and beverage industry, but across many other sectors, due to consumer beliefs that it can help treat certain aliments and illnesses. But many are questioning these claims, suggesting further investigation over CBD’s effects and perceived benefits are required.
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The market for mycotoxins testing will witness substantial growth, says Future Market Insights
Despite obesity increasing, world hunger remains a big problem.
Mondelēz International has completed the sale of its Kraft-branded cheese business in Middle East and Africa (MEA) to Arla Foods.
The order is the second phase of an ongoing project and will enlarge an existing olive oil plant – successfully built in 2016.
The deal is set to significantly strengthen Arla’s position in the Middle East and North Africa, giving access to new product categories, new markets and a state-of-the-art production site.
Southern African and Near East countries continue to require humanitarian assistance, according to a new FAO report
A food processing company in Qatar will begin importing cows from around the world in a bid to supply 45 per cent of the state's dairy needs.
Ten companies, including Israeli Flying SpArk, will go to Sweden this month to join a project designed to improve day-to-day life for the masses.
Animals suffer form food intolerance and allergies in the same way as humans, the Messerli Research Institute has found. A joint venture by Vetmeduni Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna, the Messerli Research Institute has published a new European position paper.
As of January 2017, the new test standard ISO 16890 for filter testing and assessment replaced the previous standards EN 779 (Europe) and ASHRAE 52.2 (USA). It will have sole validity from the middle of 2018 onwards. Though the primary impact of ISO 16890 will be on air quality, this…