A report by Too Good To Go claims health and safety guidelines, as well as seasonal demand are two of the biggest reasons for throwing away goods in the bakery sector.
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Scientists in the US think they may have found a use for the leftover grain produced as a result of brewing beer, which involves both shrimp farms and a newly discovered bacteria from Yellowstone.
Food waste has to be a priority for governments, businesses, and citizens alike if the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals are to be achieved according to the UN.
Arla’s Graham Wilkinson explains how the dairy cooperative has progressed towards its ambitious sustainability targets during the most challenging of periods.
Simply swapping traditional round plates to smaller, oval shaped ones could help reduce food waste in US university dining halls, according to one study.
We tend to avoid choosing apples with brown spots, assuming that they taste bad. But according to researchers from the University of Copenhagen, that needs to change.
Seafood firms affected by the increased Brexit bureaucracy expressed their frustration at the government for what they see as a lack of support over border delays.
Magnit CEO Jan Dunning explains why sustainability is not easy in Russia, and reveals the innovative green projects his company is undertaking.
An insightful investigation into plant disease resistance gene function and evolution may help guard against devastating crop diseases such as stem rust.
Safety concerns over US meat, due to the presence of ractopamine used by some US farmers, were expressed vividly in parliament.
Scientists behind the research claim the electronic nose can detect the freshness of meat with 98.5 percent accuracy. It's possible the technology could be incorporated into a smartphone app that would help detect 'gone off' meat at home.
2020's pandemic brought with it a unique challenge; food aid organisations and social grocers saw growing demand as a rising number of individuals and families struggled to make ends meet, while at the same time, farmers' usual supply chains were disrupted, causing an increase in surplus food. Here, New Food…