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.
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Carel du Marchie Sarvaas explains why improving animal health and well-being is central to preventing malnutrition in humans and will make the global food supply more sustainable.
The research team behind the report believe that with the right advice and resources, yields can be boosted for entire communities – though these changes can only be implemented if women have the power to make decisions.
Researchers claim the local supply lines and direct marketing approaches of local seafood networks meant an ordinarily niche sector was able to do well during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are many that both want and believe that urban agriculture can provide for the nutritional needs of cities – but one research team has investigated whether that is really the case.
Professor Chris Elliott analyses the Commission’s recommendations and puts out a plea for the UK to get its own affairs in order before it begins seeking global export fame.
Palm Oil – An Edible Oil Case Study in Quality, Safety and Process monitoring by means of elemental analysis and UV/Vis spectroscopy
Two experts from Analytik Jena will take a deep dive into edible oil analysis, focusing on palm oil and how quality, safety and process monitoring can be achieved by means of elemental analysis and UV/Vis spectroscopy.
Arun Chauhan and Esther Phillips outline the dangers cybercrime poses to the food industry and ask whether businesses are truly prepared for a criminal attack.
Adulterated honey is a major threat to the industry, which is why companies like Intertek are employing powerful testing capabilities to detect chemical modifications to combat honey launderers.
Countries need to breed livestock which can adapt to increasingly warm temperatures to maintain meat and milk production, according to researchers.
Researchers say the study is the first of its kind and provides a comprehensive look into where nitrogen reduction programmes could have the most success in the US.
Soil erosion in the US’ Corn Belt is worse than feared according to new research by an American university.