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Ceres is particularly focussing on scope 3 emissions, which are emissions caused indirectly by an organisation in the value chain.
Microplastic (MP) pollution and its impact on marine organisms is a concern for human health, claims new research from the University of Portsmouth.
“UK shoppers are already voting with their wallets,” claims Hearts & Science Chief Strategy Officer, suggesting a more eco-conscious market.
Associate professor Todd Schmit and his research team claim to have found data that suggests communities that possess more non-profits, social enterprises and creative industries help farmers prosper.
The beverage giant has also announced that it is looking into introducing a deposit return scheme for its drinks after consultations with governments in Edinburgh and Westminster.
The catering industry is responding to an increased focus on health, wellbeing and sustainability. The challenge: to provide wholesome food that meets crucial corporate social responsibility targets, while answering consumer demand for nutrition. Ryan Holmes considers whether seasonal supply chains and plant-based diets hold the answer.
Researchers from Japan have found a way to utilise part of the hop plant wasted during the beer brewing process, by forming cellulose nanofibers from the leftover biomass.
The survey shows considerable support for a tax on plastic packaging, though there has been criticism of the proposed bill’s lack of consideration for compostable alternatives.
As Chair of the Foundation Earth’s scientific advisory committee, Professor Chris Elliott offers New Food exclusive insight into the role of this think tank.
The study claims potato and rice protein could be just as filling as their whey counterparts, yet they reduce insulin spikes for those who need to monitor blood glucose levels carefully.