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Impossible Foods Closes $500M in New Funding Amid Record Growth

25-Nov-2021

California-based Impossible Foods announced today that it has secured approximately $500 million in its latest funding round, led by existing investor Mirae Asset Global Investments with participation from other existing Impossible Foods investors. Impossible Foods is now the fastest-growing ...

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Cheers! Scientists have developed gene-edited barley that could better your beer

Using CRISPR/Cas9 technology, scientists develop and study gene-edited barley that resists pre-harvest sprouting

15-Nov-2021

After a spell of unexpected rain, before the harvest season, a farmer may be faced with the unpredictable problem of untimely sprouting of barley. Sprouted barley fetches considerably low market prices and poses an economic burden on farmers and corporations that are at the mercy of nature to ...

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Plant-based alternative food consumption may have doubled in UK over ten years suggests first analysis of its kind

The UK population are consuming more plant-based alternatives than ever, but more research is required into how healthy and sustainable these alternatives are

15-Nov-2021

The proportion of UK people reporting eating and drinking plant-based alternative foods such as plant-based milk, vegan sausages and vegetable burgers nearly doubled between 2008–2011 and 2017–2019, according to a new study inScience of the Total Environment. The study was led by the London ...

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Time series study first to suggest that increased consumption of ultra-processed foods has environmental implications

15-Nov-2021

A new study of 30-year changes in the Brazilian diet finds that increased consumption of ultra-processed foods is linked to worsened impacts on the environment, and echoes dietary changes in the UK. A new study finds that over the last 30 years, Brazil has undergone a nutrition transition toward ...

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Chickpea genes catalogued in unprecedented detail to secure food supply despite climate warming

12-Nov-2021

A new study in Nature by an international research team featuring Skoltech researchers has looked attheDNA of over 3,000 chickpea plants, cataloguing all possible genetic variations in the species. Theteam proposes abreeding model for using that data to enhance the agriculturally valuable ...

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Climate-conscious eating: Interplay of attitude and eating style

09-Nov-2021

Climate change is now attracting enormous media attention and affects the future of young people in particular. There are many factors that have an influence on the climate. One of them, which consumers can control themselves, is their own diet. A research team from the University of Göttingen ...

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In lead-up to COP26, Carlsberg Group CEO joins businesses calling on policymakers to supercharge action for climate

02-Nov-2021

As global leaders gather to agree a plan to mitigate climate change, Cees ‘t Hart joins leaders in the Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders, representing $7 trillion in market capitalisation, calling for bold commitments, policies and actions towards net-zero. Carlsberg Group has ambitious targets to ...

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Coffee and the effects of climate change

A collaborative study looks at how changing climate conditions might be affecting the taste, aroma, and overall quality of coffee

28-Oct-2021

Whether you prefer notes of berry and citrus or chocolate and nuts, dark roast or light, a good cup of coffee can be a simple pleasure. You probably would notice if some of your morning brew’s brightness disappeared, or if the familiar fruity aroma dulled a little. Changes like these might not ...

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Crop diversity is needed today for tomorrow’s food security and nutrition

Science can help mitigate, stem, and reverse loss of genetic diversity, for better productivity, resilience, and adaptive capacity in agriculture, a new study shows

22-Oct-2021

Although scientists have been ringing bells for more than 100 years about the decline of crop diversity in agriculture, questions about the magnitude, causes, and significance of this loss remain unanswered. A team of 15 scientists from a wide range of research centers and universities set out 18 ...

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Food price shock

The poorest families have to work 8 days for a basket of basic foodstuffs

27-Sep-2021

World Vision report alarmed: Healthy food out of reach for some 3 billion people - children bear the brunt Healthy food for a balanced diet is currently becoming a luxury good for more and more people worldwide. By the end of 2022, 250 children a day could die of malnutrition as a result of this ...

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