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Newsletter No. 41, October 2019
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Natural labeling eliminates the need for over 22 million plastic packages
 
Eosta, international distributor of organic fruit and vegetables, has worked with 32 retail chains in 13 countries to save more than 22 million plastic packs to date. This is made possible by the ...
 
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Nestlé develops 'PB triple play' - a fully plant-based 'bacon cheeseburger'
 
Nestlé announced today that it has developed vegan alternatives to cheese and bacon, designed to complement its existing plant-based burger patties. This ...
 
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Rice bran may help curb malnutrition, diarrhea for infants
 
Results from a clinical trial in Nicaragua and Mali
 
Malnutrition is prevalent on a global scale and has numerous negative consequences for children during the first five years of life. For some children, it ...
 
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Carlsberg issues latest Green Fibre Bottle update
 
During the C40 World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, the Carlsberg Group today issued an update on its journey to create the Green Fibre Bottle, the ...
 
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Who says you can't eat red meat?
 
So is red meat good or bad for you? If the answer were only that simple.
 
A team of international researchers recently rattled the nutrition world by saying there isn't enough evidence to tell people to cut back on red or ...
 
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“Swiss Food & Nutrition Valley”: multi-stakeholder initiative to enhance innovation in food and nutrition
 
The Swiss Canton of Vaud, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), the Swiss Hospitality Management School in Lausanne (EHL Group) and ...
 
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Filling people's stomachs with the conservation of resources from the field to the laboratory
 
For farmers in the cultivation of arable crops and for consumers in industrialized countries, sustainable agriculture and nutrition mean that less can be ...
 
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Antibiotic resistance in food animals nearly tripled since 2000
 
The growing appetite for animal protein in developing countries has resulted in a smorgasbord of antibiotic consumption for livestock that has nearly ...
 
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Non-profit against hunger
 
"Golden Rice" one of the most influential projects of the last 50 years
 
Golden rice is many times richer in provitamin A than other rice varieties. In this way it can counteract the deficiency symptoms suffered by many people ...
 
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Kepak secures USDA approval to distribute Irish beef burgers in US
 
Kepak Group has become the first ever European meat processor to be awarded United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approval for the supply, ...
 
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Soft drinks can fill the gap for alcohol alternatives in Brazil
 
According to a survey conducted by Brazil’s Ministry of Health, more than half of the Brazilian adult population is overweight. Consumers put the culprit ...
 
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Fish in early childhood reduces risk of disease
 
Children should be introduced to fish or cod liver oil early in life, from when they are about a year old. That's because children who consume fish early ...
 
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Microwaves pave the way for PET recycling
 
A large European research project is testing a new method that makes it easier and more eco-friendly to recycle PET plastic. Among other things, PET is ...
 
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Spanish farmers fear 'unfair' blow of US tariffs
 
Olives are harvested the old-fashioned way on Juan Luque's farm in southern Spain, as men thrash the gnarly tree limbs with poles, raining the small green ...
 
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Campari Group acquires a controlling interest in the Ancho Reyes and Montelobos super premium brands
 
Campari Group announces that, following the fulfilment of certain condition precedents, it has acquired from a group of Mexican entrepreneurs a controlling ...
 
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Vion launches ME-AT, a start-up for alternative proteins
 
The demand for alternative proteins is growing. Vion invests in demand-driven chains. Alongside the sustainable production of traditional meat, a new part ...
 
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Vion launches ME-AT, a start-up for alternative proteins
 
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Look out for these 3 trends in sports nutrition
 
The sports nutrition market is going through a major transformation, muscling its way out of its athlete-focused niche into the mainstream. Here, we ...
 
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