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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.
Global food expert Marcos Fava Neves explains why Brazil is well-placed to become a key trading partner with the UK when it comes to providing sustainable and competitively priced food.
Research teams from around the world have been investigating how kefir is made and how can it be made more appealing for consumers.
In the latest edition of Talking Crop , Gideon Ashworth explains just how crucial good quality soil is for growing the crops we need to survive ahead of the UN's World Soil Day on 5 December.
New methods of producing the modified starch, or the 'ink' for 3D food printing, could make the process achievable on a mass scale.
"There is no alternative to sustainability," says Barilla Foundation Chief Executive, Guido Barilla.
In the latest edition of Talking Crop, Gideon Ashworth examines the concerning problem of an increasingly ageing farmer population, and asks what can be done to turn the tide.