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In episode two of New Food and Equinom’s plant-based series, Bethan Grylls is joined by three female experts who discuss the future of protein, the challenges of mimicking experience, and whether soy will ever be trumped.
The momentum for green chemistry and more sustainable products is gaining. Consumers are demanding more biobased, less toxic, and more ‘natural’ products, showing a definite move away from petroleum-based products, towards renewables. Here, Alejandro Marangoni explains that oxidative stability must be ensured to achieve an effective transfer.
Former Premier League and international footballer International footballer Thomas 'Hal' Robson-Kanu talks about food as medicine and explains how turmeric turned his career around.
A new report by the Soil Association Certification, which verifies organic products sold in the UK, has revealed online orders and home delivery of organic products increased by more than a third.
The organic certification body fears that gene editing and genetic modification are not suitable solutions to what it has called the “ecological crisis”.