DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences is advancing its innovation strategy through a partnership with non-profit research organisation the Institute for the Future (IFTF). The collaboration targets ‘far sighted’ innovation and will allow the company to ‘better...
What do European consumers really think of novel meat products that incorporate plant-based ingredients? An EIT-funded project led Dr Simona Grasso from the University of Reading has sought to find out.
Reports that COVID-19 has been detected on frozen food packaging and products, including on pork knuckles coming from Germany, have prompted import bans in China. However, Germany’s BfR says infection via pork meat is ‘unlikely’.
Aleph Farms, the Israeli cultured meat start-up backed by food and retail giants Cargill, Migros, and the Strauss Group, says it believes its lab-grown products will reach cost parity with conventional meat quicker than most plant-based meat alternatives.
Fi Europe is a red-letter event for the European food sector. This year, COVID-19 means things will be a little different. But the need to share ideas and innovation – as well as networking and business opportunities – has ‘never been more important’.
Germany’s Federal Minister for Food and Agriculture, Julia Klöckner, says she expects food manufacturers to use Nutri-Score after the controversial food labelling scheme was officially introduced in the country earlier this month.
Recently released economic research from the University of Kent, University of Reading and IHS Markit, reveals the extent to which UK consumers dislike food produced using production methods such as hormones in beef, and chlorine washed chicken.
Global investor network FIARR warns that high street brands like Nestlé and McDonald’s risk missing their climate targets due to scant progress to reduce emissions from meat and dairy suppliers. But the food giants tell FoodNavigator that partnership...
How do you reduce the carbon footprint of beef production efficiently both from an environmental and financial standpoint to offer supermarkets and consumers the products they demand? By doing 100 things 1% better, say producers.