Scientists at the University of Exeter reveal how bacteria that causes stomach upsets can beat the environment, with potential consequences for seafood testing methods.
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Unilever has designed a factory to run within a shipping container, with just an electricity cable and water hose required to produce hundreds of tonnes of product every day.
Scientists from Yale University in the US believe that overuse of hygiene products and antibiotics could be the cause of an increase in food allergies in the western world over the past 30 years.
New research from Ohio State University claims that saccharin does not cause diabetes, allaying fears that the sweetener may be doing more harm than good.
In the first Chris’ Corner of 2021, Professor Chris Elliott takes a look at the complexities surrounding Neonicotinoids, and calls on the government to make the UK a world leader in ‘green pesticides’.
A bacterium which makes rice plants more resistant to disease has been discovered in the seeds of a crop in China.
Senior Vice President of Research and Development for PepsiCo Europe, Sean Westcott, discusses sustainable farming and why a greater level of co-operation is required between invested parties to make real change happen.
Scientists believe they have found an accurate way to measure a compound in beer that could be the key to understanding its often fruity flavour profile.
The study is believed to be the first multi-continent research undertaken on the impact of COVID-19 on eating habits.
Research teams from around the world have been investigating how kefir is made and how can it be made more appealing for consumers.
Scientists from the University of Texas and Penn State University think they have found the key to solving the world’s freshwater problem.
Magnit CEO Jan Dunning explains why sustainability is not easy in Russia, and reveals the innovative green projects his company is undertaking.