All news articles for September 2018

What should we call meat produced from animals cells without slaughtering animals? Picture: Mosameat

Mattson: 'The very existence of what's now known as clean meat is at stake here'

'Cell-based meat’ not the most consumer-friendly term, reveals GFI consumer research

By Elaine Watson

The Good Food Institute (GFI) has enlisted the services of food and beverage innovation firm Mattson to conduct further research into the best way to describe cell-cultured meat following the release of new data suggesting that the industry-backed term...

UK in major voluntary collaboration to tackle food waste ©iStock/Christian Araujo

UK pledges to halve food waste by 2030

By Katy Askew

The UK’s largest retailers, food producers, manufacturers and food service companies have committed to halve food waste – which costs the UK £20bn (€22.5bn) annually – by 2030.

Shaping the bottle of the future. Pic:getty/antonikhr

The quest for the most sustainable beverage packaging

By Rachel Arthur

Drinks should only be put on the market in the most sustainable option available – packaging that can be recycled and reused, but also has the lowest environmental impact overall, according to a vision set out by a University of Cambridge report. But...

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