A new study has revealed that even though there has been a decline in American children and teenagers consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, 61 percent of children still consume them on a typical day.
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An American Association for the Advancement of Science study has allegedly provided the first field-based evidence of the effects of palm oil plantations on soil carbon content for a period that extends more than 50 years.
Alongside the existing known benefits such as reducing aflatoxin toxicity and working as a pH buffer, a new study from the University of Illinois has shown that clay can also improve the degradability of feedstuffs.
What is an isotope fingerprint? How can it help detect and prevent food fraud? New Food finds out from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Watch the video below....
Data released by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) said that there is a “great deal of uncertainty” around approximately a tenth of England's potato crop as farmers review the damage of the flooding.
The FDA’s approach to sampling is intended to help the agency learn more about the prevalence of disease-causing bacteria in certain foods and identify patterns that may help prevent future contamination.
According to a new report, the global food safety testing market is anticipated to grow due to the worldwide increase in the number of outbreaks of foodborne illnesses.
Researchers have found out that sesame allergy occurs in an estimated 17 percent of children who have other food allergies. They also discovered that sesame antibody testing accurately predicts whether a child with a food allergy is allergic to sesame.
Researchers have looked at the genomes of watermelons, creating a resource that could help plant breeders increase the fruit's quality and ability to thrive during an era of climate change.
Stanford University researchers have simulated predicted environmental conditions of the year 2100, and results have shown a decrease in rice yields and a rise in toxic arsenic levels in rice due to increased temperatures.
A strain of Listeria monocytogenes that may present a new food safety threat has been discovered as the cause of diseases in sheep in China.
A study which analysed 1.44 million people has shown that high fibre and yoghurt consumption are associated with a reduced risk of lung cancer.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding the benefits of probotics. To distingish fact from fiction, Hasitha Priyashantha, Dr Nazli Turkmen and Shishanthi Jayarathna investigate recently published scientific studies that explore the challenges of probiotic, dairy-based drinks.