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Red Bull is the most valuable soft drink brand in Europe

Red Bull flutters to the top

23-Jun-2022

Red Bull gives itself wings and flutters to the top of the European soft drink brands. With a brand value of almost 6 billion euros, Red Bull is the most valuable soft drink brand in Europe, landing ahead of Nestlé's Nescafé brand (5.5 billion euros). Another European victory for Austria: Erste ...

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Moolec Science, a Pioneer in Molecular Farming and Food Ingredient Technology, to List on Nasdaq Through Business Combination with LightJump Acquisition Corp.

20-Jun-2022

Moolec Science Ltd. (“Moolec Science”, “Moolec”), a science- based food ingredient company; and LightJump Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: LJAQ; “LightJump”), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, announced today the entry into a definitive agreement for a business combination that ...

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Against the sunflower oil crisis

"Reformulation to address edible oil crisis requires deep science"

14-Jun-2022

A systematic, science-led approach is needed to address the complex processing challenges of reformulating foods in response to the current shortage of sunflower oil. That's the advice of biophysics, biochemistry and food engineering specialists at R&D consultancy Sagentia Innovation. Due to the ...

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SALITOS Tequila Spirits win at the London Spirits Competition

13-Jun-2022

At this year's 5th London Spirits Competition, both SALITOS Tequila Spirits convinced the jury and won bronze medals. The award is considered the ultimate seal of quality in the global spirits industry. To receive this award, the SALITOS Tequila Spirits in the Silver and Gold editions had to ...

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SCI launches new JSFA Reports journal in response to content growth

First ever DNA traceability of food delicacies study features in the first issue

08-Jun-2022

SCI's Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (JSFA) has launched a sister title, JSFA Reports, in response to the large number of high quality submissions it has been receiving.Launched in December 2021,the first two issues of JSFA Reports have covered areas as diverse assoil ...

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Gene-edited tomatoes could be a new source of vitamin D

25-May-2022

Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem. Researchers used gene editing to turn off a specific molecule in the plant’s genome which increased provitamin D3 in both the fruit and leaves of ...

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Diageo partners with UK's first LGBTQ+ museum

25-May-2022

Diageo, maker of Guinness, Johnnie Walker and Baileys, has today announced a new 2-year partnership with Queer Britain in London, the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum. Celebrating 50 years of LGBTQ+ Pride in the UK, the first-of-its kind partnership aims to capture some of the lost LGBTQ+ ...

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How cranberries could improve memory and ward off dementia

A new study published highlights the neuroprotective potential of cranberries

23-May-2022

Adding cranberries to your diet could help improve memory and brain function, and lower ‘bad’ cholesterol – according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UK). The research team studied the benefits of consuming the equivalent of a cup of cranberries a day among 50 to ...

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People choose healthier food when with outsiders for fear of being negatively judged

As warnings come about cutting sugar consumption, new experiments find food choices differ depending on observers’ social groups

16-May-2022

People are more likely to choose a healthy food option than an unhealthy food option among people from different social groups because they fear being judged negatively for their choices. New research, co-authored by Bayes Business School, found that that the presence of individuals from ...

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Drinker’s sex plus brewing method may be key to coffee’s link to raised cholesterol

Widest gender difference seen for espresso

12-May-2022

The sex of the drinker as well as the brewing method may be key to coffee’s link with raised cholesterol, a known risk factor for heart disease, suggests research published in the open access journal Open Heart. Drinking espresso was associated with the widest gender difference in cholesterol ...

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