Archaeologists have discovered a site in southern France that could provide a very important lesson for farmers of today when it comes to battling pests.
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Sweet Victory is developing a chewing gum that it says will stop you craving a sweet hit by blocking sugar receptors on the tongue.
The best tools for adhering to MRLs of pesticides in baby food, why a thorough understanding of the biology behind hygiene and sanitation is necessary at school, plus more in this issue's Food Safety In-depth Focus.
Research from Sweden and the US has suggested that feeding babies a lower-protein Nordic style diet could increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
The impact of food transportation on the climate is a lot worse than was previously anticipated, with researchers urging consumers to buy and eat local.
Science and fine dining come together as a Danish researcher seeks to create a seafood alternative from fungi – and it might even end up on a Michelin-star menu.
Research also suggests that chlorination, which is common in the US, does not have any significant impact on the safety of chicken and the prevalence of Campylobacter.
The research team will use the diversity of the selected case studies to attempt to solve one of humankind’s greatest challenges – how are we going to feed more people?
In the face of coronavirus disruption and changing consumer attitudes, food operations managers face many new challenges.
Why does dipping chopsticks in oil tell cooks the temperature of oil in a pan? A team of international researcher set out on a mission to find out.
The study’s authors suggest that the findings could be used to better tailor personalised dietary advice, as genetics could well play a part in which foods we prefer.