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Issue 3 2022 of New Food invites three industry heavyweights to discuss food integrity in an insightful roundtable, whilst we find out from ABN the role feed will play in helping the meat sector be more sustainable. Download and read for free to stay up to date with the latest…
At the Dairy UK annual dinner, Arla UK Managing Director called on the UK government to not lump the dairy sector with any further admin, whilst MP Alicia Kearns hinted at new regulations forthcoming. Here's our Editor's breakdown of the speeches.
JBS has committed to funding and supporting several sustainability projects in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, including an effort to improve traceability.
The world’s largest food company Nestlé will aid farmers in implementing sustainable agricultural practices, such as cover cropping and reduced cultivation.
The USDA has called for help from the food and beverage to help protect fruit crops from invasive species and diseases in Texas and beyond.
The Agilent QuickProbe, a direct insertion sampling device for GC/MS, was evaluated for the screening of nonextracted food samples.
A team of scientists have offered several solutions to the “global phosphorus crisis” that the group state is threatening food and water security.
Tesco’s Plant Chef vegan burger adverts have been banned over “misleading” claims and numerous complaints.
A global survey has found that shoppers will change buying habits to protect the world's oceans, with four in ten Americans willing to buy sustainable seafood.
A new nano-sensor that can detect pesticides on fruit in minutes has been created in Sweden.
Dairy company, Danone North America, has announced plans to achieve Zero Waste to Landfill across all its North American facilities by 2025.
Four primary schools in the UK are set to pilot a scheme that aims to educate children about eating alternative proteins, such as insects.