A medical trial in the US has found that peanut oral immunotherapy can desensitise and induce remission in many children under the age of four who suffer from peanut allergies.
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Taste and nutrition company Kerry's research of more than 6,300 consumers in 12 countries – including Thailand, India, Japan and China – revealed a desire for more protein in products regarded as 'healthy'.
A new scientific review suggests that coffee stimulates the digestive process and increases the number of good bacteria in the gut.
Meet the new piece of technology which could transform the shrimp farming industry. Dr Faik Hamad, and Dr Poo Balan Ganesan discuss how micro-bubble technology could be change fish farming in developing countries.
Scientists have identified a gene that has helped deadly E.coli bacteria evade antibiotics. The new discovery has forced scientists to rethink treatments currently used to fight the pathogen.
The research team behind the study has suggested that there might be a link in humans, but further investigation is needed before any concrete link can be made.
Though there is a suggestion that large industrial farms can harm biodiversity, there are solutions farmers can put in place to mitigate this and promote wildlife growth in agricultural settings.
It is not often that scientific advances approach complicated problems in such a seemingly fitting way, but such is the case with high-tech farming and mycotoxins.
A new study has suggested that replacing margarine and other fats with olive oil could reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, though other scientists say more research is needed to prove this.
The Arla Foods survey suggests that consumers are not as aware of nutrition when it comes to choosing diets, but encouragingly consumers are willing to learn more.
Using cellular agriculture to produce egg white protein could hold the key to reducing the environmental impact of an ingredient which is crucial to the food industry.