Food industry movers and shakers are at Food Matters Live in London this week discussing the hottest topics affecting manufacturers and suppliers. Can't be there? Take a look at our social media best bits.
The internet of things (IoT) is making advanced technology more accessible than ever, according to Bühler, which says its cloud-connected digital rice analyser is a "a game changer" for small rice farmers across the world.
A non-GMO durum wheat variety that grows in 40°C heat and matures in record time could give African food security a vital boost and forge new global South-to-South trade dynamics, ending North Africa’s dependence on Western wheat.
Half of British consumers would rather give up chocolate than cheese when asked if they had to “choose between never being able to eat cheese again or never being able to eat chocolate again,” according to new research by Mintel.
The UK's post-Brexit food policy must prioritise domestic fruit and vegetable production if the public's health is to survive the higher cost of eating healthily, according to a Food Foundation report.
Scientists have outlined a simple way to protect food from bacterial contamination that uses a 'sugar-glass' coating containing virus-killing bacteria, which could be used in the food packaging and processing industries.
Birch water start-up TAPPED is expanding its business in the UK with the support of PepsiCo’s innovation programme, the Nutrition Greenhouse. TAPPED founder Paul Lederer speaks to us about how he plans to drive the company – and category – forward.