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Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

£1.6m awarded to Aston University to develop new optical frequency technology. Project will target applications of new technology such as food industry, agri-tech and telecommunications

14-Jan-2022

Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and thefoodindustry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler which ...

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Healthful food for children is the same as for adults

Position paper on the adverse effects of a diet that favors "kids' foods" on children's preferences and tastes

10-Jan-2022

It is the position of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) that there is no difference between healthful foods for adults and for children aged 2 and older, except for age-appropriate adjustments in texture and portion size, according to a new position paper in the Journal of ...

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Sustainable palm oil alternative from the lab

TU Hamburg start-up receives EXIST research transfer grant

07-Jan-2022

Palm oil is a real climate killer. Around 19 million hectares of rainforest around the equator have already been cleared for it. This not only releases a large amount of CO2, but also destroys important habitat for endangered animal species. However, since the vegetable oil is not only used in ...

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Scientists from NTU Singapore and Harvard University develop smart and sustainable food packaging

Keeping harmful microbes at bay

04-Jan-2022

A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, US, has developed a ‘smart’ food packaging material that is biodegradable, sustainable and kills microbes that are harmful to humans. It could also extend the ...

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Food disruptions feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in

04-Jan-2022

New post-Brexit custom rules for goods arriving from the European Union to Britain are taking effect on Saturday, and a leading food industry body has warned that the new border controls could lead to food shortages. Beginning on Jan. 1, importers must make a full customs declaration on goods ...

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Tobacco-style health campaigns needed to spell out ultra processed food harms

Public in the dark about these heavily marketed products; more and stronger health warnings needed, urge public health experts

22-Dec-2021

Tobacco-style public health campaigns are needed to spell out the full extent of the harms of ultra processed foods, argue public health experts in the open access journalBMJ Global Health. Despite strong evidence linking these products to serious health consequences, the public are in the dark ...

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Beyond Meat Announces New General Manager to Spearhead Growth in Europe

Jorg Oostdam joins Beyond Meat as General Manager, Europe to steer the company through the next phase of its expansion strategy

20-Dec-2021

Beyond Meat, Inc., a leader in plant-based meat, today announced the appointment of food industry veteran Jorg Oostdam to the newly created leadership position of General Manager, Europe. With over two decades of experience in the food and retail sector, including a 15-year tenure at Mars, ...

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Valio researching future food production using cellular agriculture methods

16-Dec-2021

Valio and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are together launching a project to research what kinds of food industry raw materials could be produced using cellular agriculture. The research project will develop technology for biotechnologically produced proteins. In cellular agriculture, ...

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A wild strawberry aroma for foods — from a fungus growing on fruit waste

19-Nov-2021

The wild strawberry is even more highly prized than its store-bought cousin because of its intense aroma and uniquely sweet taste. However, they’re hard to find in the wild, so some companies make synthetic versions of this flavor. Now, researchers reporting in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and ...

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Artificial smell to control food quality

16-Nov-2021

Researchers from IBEC, in collaboration with the University of Cordoba, recently published a study where they develop protocols that optimize the use of a technique capable of analysing, at the molecular level, substances present in the aroma of food, managing to differentiate samples of ham from ...

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