All news articles for November 2022

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Get skin in the game: How to innovate in esports

By Nikki Hancocks

The gaming market is a diverse one, with a wide range of demands and need states for nutrition brands to tap into, meaning innovation opportunities going far beyond energy.

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Morbier: The cheese’s ash line to be PDO-protected

By Teodora Lyubomirova

The ruling means that the cheese’s iconic appearance cannot be reproduced by cheesemakers based outside the protected designation of origin (PDO) area – even if their product isn't called ‘Morbier’.

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Mintel: What will we be eating and drinking in 2023 and beyond?

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Nearing 2023, consumers are increasingly demanding more from food and beverages, seeking out products that provide a personal functional health benefit and added value, according to Mintel's 2023 Global Food & Drink Trends report.

The verdict on COP27 for food and farming: 'COP27 maintained a firm focus on supply-side solutions' / Pic: GettyImages-Malecus85

COP27: A ‘notable disappointment’ for sustainable food systems

By Katy Askew

As climate talks conclude in Sharm El Sheikh, for the first time ever a deal has been reached that will see agriculture integrated into the UN’s climate action body. The result of lengthy talks and a significant process of negotiation, does the so-called...

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Wilk serves up hybrid yogurt made with cultivated milk fat

By Teodora Lyubomirova

The Israeli foodtech company says the concept product provides validation of its technology, which involves growing milk-producing cells in a lab. “This is a significant milestone, not just for Wilk, but for the global industry.”

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How to make a novel foods application

By Nikki Hancocks

With novel food applications on the rise, a regulatory expert has provided a breakdown of what this authorisation process is all about.

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