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The new pectin plant also has significant sustainability credentials, with Cargill confirming it will be run on thermal energy generated from biomass and biogas.
With trading difficulties with EU continuing, UK exports to non-EU countries have flourished and have almost returned to levels seen before the onset of the pandemic.
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”.
A decline in biodiversity could have a damaging nutritional effect on populations dependent on fish according to a new study of the Peruvian Amazon.
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.
Introducing the eye catching dragon fruit - a delight to our senses and health alike, as Tania Dey explains.
Exports from Brazil to the UK and EU have seen significant growth, as coffee in particular sees a rise in exports of more than $100m, thanks to a bumper harvest.
Susan Brownlow explains why carbon labelling is important to consumers and outlines some of the barriers to widespread adoption.
New research suggests Brazil in particular could benefit from field management strategies, which could “drastically” reduce GHG emissions.
Significant portions of Colombia could become unsuitable for coffee production according to new research, with farmers facing the prospect of relocation to continue growing the crop.
Researchers from Switzerland and Hawai`i claim they have found a way to use coffee pulp to boost the regeneration of forests destroyed as a result of agricultural processes.
Respondents from both countries are reducing their carb consumption in a trend seen across five surveyed nations, as low-carb and keto diets gain popularity.