Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) cattle vaccination trials are set to take place in England and Wales, with the potential to prevent 40,000 cattle from being slaughtered each year, better support farming communities and reduce the need for such rigorous food safety checks.
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The study has identified a sub class of peptides which inhibit to growth of Botrytis cinerea, a grey mould causing fungus which is said to be a major problem for farmers growing strawberries, grapes, raspberries, tomatoes and lettuce.
University of Missouri researchers have developed a durable coating for food-contact surfaces which they say could be used to reduce pathogenic contamination in food processing plants, and potentially aid in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Thomas Constant, Founder and CEO of BeoBia, answers New Food's questions about how and why the British start-up has launched home insect growing pods.
Working with Mission Ventures, Warburtons is to provide mentoring and funding for SMEs and start-ups producing innovative bakery products.
A collaboration between Foodprint and the Food Innovation Centre has come up with a new way to turn ‘best before date’ bread into a sweet treat based on the traditional Indian dessert Gulab Jamun.
The Hydraulics and Irrigation research team at the University of Cordoba has created a mobile app that accurately controls levels of fertilisers and water on crops.
While the baking industry is working hard to meet the demand in fresh, frozen and packaged baked goods, will trends like ‘clean label’ stay?