Global food expert Marcos Fava Neves explains why Brazil is well-placed to become a key trading partner with the UK when it comes to providing sustainable and competitively priced food.
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Year-round peppers are fast becoming a reality as a Canadian company has begun harvesting the popular crop during the country’s winter season, all thanks to the help of LED lighting.
Researchers have identified a vast area of land perfect for biofuel cultivation which may help resolve ethical debates over biofuel vs. food production.
Scientists from South Korea claim to have developed an effective yet simple strategy to quantify potentially harmful histamine levels in fish samples.
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.
Food manufacturing giant PepsiCo has announced ambitious plans to reduce its environmental impact through more efficient agriculture processes.
A research team from Moscow says it can identify when your chicken has been grilled just right, without even smelling or seeing it...
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.
A research team thinks that its chickpea-derived flour can produce equally tasty white bread and decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes.
The maintenance function at food & beverage producing companies has evolved from primarily doing repairs to preventive maintenance and by that increasing the uptime.
The organic certification body fears that gene editing and genetic modification are not suitable solutions to what it has called the “ecological crisis”.
With demand for probiotic and prebiotics apparently still rising, new freeze-drying technology could provide the key to more efficient and sustainable production.