Extreme weather in India and issues with adulteration are causing concern over the supply of turmeric.
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As Brexit draws closer, UK food safety Statutory Instruments (SIs) could leave US-UK food safety negotiations unsettled.
Should the UK be cutting its beef consumption to reduce gas emissions and tackle climate change? No, says the NFU.
The WRI proposes a global action agenda to successfully meet the United Nations’ call to halve food loss and waste by 2030.
Nicola Sturgeon’s move to restrict HFSS foodstuffs has been welcomed by most, but FDF Scotland warms it may cause issues.
European butter prices are predicted to increase by the end of 2019, but the extent of this is dependent on the weather conditions and political uncertainty.
In a bid to develop Canada’s food processing systems, an investment of up to $4.6 million to the Food and Beverage Cluster through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership's AgriScience Program has been announced.
A mealworm production facility will be built in the Netherlands as an alternative option for livestock farmers.
Food industry insiders have met to focus on how to sustainably feed a global population of almost ten billion people in 2050.
The present industrialised, global food economy and futures market is unsustainable, but it has inspired some new ways of thinking that affect the way we produce, distribute, buy, eat and dispose of food. Food technology specialist Vincent Walsh explains the changes we are seeing and what opportunities exist to facilitate…
Gordon Polson, Chief Executive of the Federation of Bakers, outlines the association’s responsibilities and how it is addressing some of the industry’s most prevalent issues.
A new report predicts an 18 percent decline in profitability should there be a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Factors such as its low allergenic potential, as well as nutritional and functional advantages, have boosted the pea protein market.