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UK targets open Irish border for food after Brexit

The UK government has said it wants to reach a deal that will see “no hard border in the movement of goods” between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland following the country’s exit from the European Union.

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Prinsen a ‘one-stop-shop’ for active nutrition after Berning acquisition

Dutch nutritional powders company Prinsen Food Group is expanding its product portfolio to become a “one-stop-shop” for active nutrition following the acquisition of German protein bar manufacturer Gustav Berning.

Cut subsidies for unhealthy commodities and regulate junk food marketing, says World Bank

Subsidies and other price support mechanisms for unhealthy ingredients should be scrapped and laws should be introduced to regulate the marketing of unhealthy food to children, according to research published by the World Bank. 

EC wants to build a ‘fairer food supply chain’

The European Commission is launching a public consultation on how Europe’s food supply chain can be made “fairer”.

Creating enhanced food dyes by following a new beet: Study

Colour pigments used as natural colorants in the food industry may help boost crop disease resistance as researchers find a way to produce enhanced versions with a favourable ingredient profile.

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Potential cocoa substitute: Jackfruit seeds create chocolate aroma, say researchers

Jackfruit seeds are a waste product that can be fermented, roasted and converted to flour imparting a chocolate aroma, according to research.

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