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FDA in ‘critical milestone’ for cell-cultured meat in US

FDA in ‘critical milestone’ for cell-cultured meat in US

18 Nov 2022

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has completed its first pre-market consultation of a cell-cultured chicken product made by UPSIDE Foods, a development that has been hailed a “critical and inspiring milestone in the history of cultivated meat”...

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Affordability, indulgence, and health: Top trends for 2023 [Interview]

Affordability, indulgence, and health: Top trends for 2023 [Interview]

14 Nov 2022

Consumers want affordable alternatives that offer the same great taste and health benefits as their favourite products. Brands that can deliver on this will dominate in 2023, according to Mintel.In the food and beverage space, consumers are key in driv...

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Enjoy it all: DSM talks taste, texture and health in the run up to FiE 2022

Enjoy it all: DSM talks taste, texture and health in the run up to FiE 2022

10 Nov 2022

Enhancing plant-based applications in taste, texture and health, addressing trending health priorities and introducing efficiency improving technologies – don’t miss the chance to meet DSM at FiE.

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Unilever aims to ‘make sustainable living commonplace’ with responsibly produced packaged goods [Interview]

Unilever aims to ‘make sustainable living commonplace’ with responsibly produced packaged goods [Interview]

8 Nov 2022

Thanks to their sheer scale, multinational corporates can have a positive impact when they adopt sustainable practices. Unilever aims to do so via regenerative agriculture, plant-based products, food waste reduction, and nutrient fortification, says Do...

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Zero-waste water purification system looks to unsettle bottled water industry

Zero-waste water purification system looks to unsettle bottled water industry

7 Nov 2022

The bottled water industry is facing stiff competition from a raft of startups looking to reduce water and plastic waste as demanded by today’s sustainable-conscious consumer.

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Singapore becomes first country to green-light carbon-captured protein

Singapore becomes first country to green-light carbon-captured protein

4 Nov 2022

Exciting times lie ahead for Solar Foods, as the Finnish-based startup announced its protein “made from air” has received regulatory approval from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA).

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Superfood shots: Nigerian startup creates ginger-based drinks to boost health

Superfood shots: Nigerian startup creates ginger-based drinks to boost health

2 Nov 2022

Nigerian startup, Futurefood Tech makes ginger-based shots to boost health and wellbeing using all natural ingredients, herbs and spices such as black pepper, beetroot, and cayenne pepper that give a nutritional boost to the typically starch-heavy Nige...

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Using mycelium as a healthy and sustainable meat alternative

Using mycelium as a healthy and sustainable meat alternative

27 Oct 2022

Biomass fermentation uses mycelium, a fibrous protein-rich fungi which mimics the texture and nutritional profile of traditional meat. Quorn and Meati are just two manufacturers using this ingredient for their meat alternatives.

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SOY AS A VALUABLE FOOD INGREDIENT

27 Oct 2022

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Making coffee farming more sustainable

Making coffee farming more sustainable

26 Oct 2022

Interest in a circular economy model is increasing among coffee players as calls for positive environmental action proliferate the supply chain.

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Brands and retailers find ways to reduce food waste

Brands and retailers find ways to reduce food waste

12 Oct 2022

From supermarkets selling imperfect ‘wonky’ vegetables to drinks brands using upcycled barley for plant-based milks, retailers and manufacturers alike are finding ways to reduce food waste across the value chain.

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Drought in southern Europe threatens global olive oil supply

Drought in southern Europe threatens global olive oil supply

11 Oct 2022

Drought and limited rainfall across much of southern Europe throughout the summer months has lowered the supply and increased the price of olive oil worldwide.

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