Research from the British Nutrition Foundation, a charity that provides information on healthy eating, suggests there’s limited consumer demand for more healthy and sustainable diets owing to a lack of key nutrients such as iron and iodine in vegan and...
Although BMI levels were higher in milk drinkers than non-milk drinkers, participants in the study who regularly drank high amounts of milk were found to have lower levels of both good and bad cholesterol.
Just eight technologies, including precision fermentation and cellular agriculture, can directly eliminate over 90% of net greenhouse gas emissions worldwide within 15 years, according to think tank RethinkX.
Oatly has lost its trademark infringement case against British oat milk producer Glebe Farm, claiming that it never saw the dispute as a David v Goliath power play. Glebe calls the case a victory for consumer choice in a growing category.
A survey of over 2,000 consumers in the UK has revealed that while they tend to have a very low awareness and knowledge of GE food, the more informed they are, the more accepting of GE food they become.
Flora producer Upfield Group has published data to show that consumers and chefs who bought its plant-based butters, margarines and spreads instead of dairy butter have avoided emitting an estimated 6 million metric tonnes of CO2-equivalent within 12...
A new study looking at the milk consumption habits of children aged 13-24 months, indicates that the type of milk consumed at an early age influences eating habits and preferences for sweet-tasting foods.
From cradle to distribution, Glebe Farm’s oat drink produces less CO₂e per litre than any other oat drink reporting its carbon footprint in the UK, including Oatly. FoodNavigator speaks to Glebe Farm to find out how.