Food that molds is a sign of “naturalness,” says University of Copenhagen study

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

21 Jan 2021 --- Corbion will increase its capacity for producing lactic acid in North America by around 40 percent in response to the growing demand for natural food preservation... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

19 Jan 2021 --- StePac’s activities in the retail sector are being boosted by its functional standing pouches for extending fresh produce shelf-life. The resealable... Read More

FormattedPicture

FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

06 Jan 2021 --- Ethnicity may play a role in how sensitive a person is to bitter tastes, according to two studies from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.The research found... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

18 Dec 2020 --- A smart sensor that tracks storage temperature and shows the remaining days of shelf life, called Keep It, can help consumers reduce food waste. A study by... Read More

FormattedPicture

FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

27 Nov 2020 --- The rise of clean label demands has created new challenges for the food industry, which has often relied on chemical preservatives to ward off food waste, observes... Read More

trans