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15 Aug 2022
--- Across continental Europe, a sweltering summer heatwave has led to the drying up of crucial waterways, hampering critical trade. One of the most significant passages for agri-food shipments such as grain, the Rhine river, is... Read More
15 Aug 2022
--- The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is set to reduce the US’s carbon footprint in the years ahead, however, it neglects the significant carbon contributions from agricultural practices. Taxing practices in meat farming... Read More
15 Aug 2022
--- Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, is demanding US beer producers move to the South and Southeast to preserve the country’s water resources. The move comes as the five million citizens of... Read More
15 Aug 2022
--- A food safety expert from the University of Guelph has reacted to the UK’s recent pilot of scrapping best before dates to cut down on food waste, claiming the method has some “pitfalls.”
15 Aug 2022
--- UK-based Dina Foods has launched a Mediterranean stone-oven baked flatbread Tannour, fortified with vitamin D and proteins, targeting nutrition and immunity demands with the staple product.
12 Aug 2022
--- Biological waste found at every step of the food chain can replace a fifth of Russian gas imports. According to the European Biogas Association (EBA), by 2050 the amount of gas extracted from biomethane can potentially equal... Read More
12 Aug 2022
--- Research published in the Journal of Cell Host & Microbe is furthering interest in human breast milk and its therapeutic applications for the gut microbiome. Opening the door to a new field of scientific discovery, the... Read More
12 Aug 2022
--- Mandatory carbon labeling is seen by many in the F&B industry as a vital tool in the fight against climate change and crucial to consumers understanding the environmental impacts of foods they buy. FoodIngredientsFirst... Read More
12 Aug 2022
--- After half a year without the golden arches serving its classic Big Macs, McDonald’s has decided to reopen its business in war-torn Ukraine, where it had over 100 restaurants and 10,000 employees before the war... Read More
12 Aug 2022
--- This week in industry news, in a move pegged as a “world first,” US-based start-up Novel Farms unveiled a marbled cultivated pork loin. Ingredion is expanding support for high-performance tapioca starch as part... Read More
11 Aug 2022
--- Singapore-based start-up ProfilePrint is collaborating with industry giants – representing more than 50% of international food trade – to create a global standard in food grading, to predict the quality and... Read More
11 Aug 2022
--- Pizza Hut is partnering with Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) and dairy suppliers to provide participating farmers with the technology and data needed to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
11 Aug 2022
--- The use of precision fermentation is growing more prevalent, as researchers are continuously scaling its potential to create classic animal-based products without the animal. In this process, microbes are harnessed to act as... Read More
11 Aug 2022
--- The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is urging improvements to pig welfare as part of the EU’s Farm to Fork strategy. The examination relates to space and provides measures that should be in place to prevent or... Read More
11 Aug 2022
--- Researchers have revealed that incorporating banana peel flour into sugar cookie batter can make them healthier. In taste tests, cookies enriched with some banana peel flour were described as “more satisfying”... Read More
10 Aug 2022
--- Consumers are reacting to food inflation by making value choices like opting for value-packed products, discounts on offerings with marked-down prices and moving away from luxury brands to cheaper in-house brands. The... Read More
10 Aug 2022
--- Spanish households threw away 1,245 million kilos/liters of unconsumed food in 2021, 8.6% less than the previous year leading to claims that the country is “on track” in the fight against food waste.
10 Aug 2022
--- In a sour move to defend the term “balsamic vinegar of Modena,” Italy is initiating infringement proceedings to monopolize and claim authenticity over its traditional vinegar.“Aceto Balsamico di... Read More
10 Aug 2022
--- The first market-ready cell-based seafood products made from cultivated fish cells are edging closer to a Singapore launch, followed by the EU, US and UK. Bluu Seafood has presented its fish fingers and fish balls, which... Read More
10 Aug 2022
--- To address food supply concerns, a Singapore University of Technology and Design research team is developing a systematic and effective 3D food printing technique to serve alternative protein sources like algae, plants and... Read More
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