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UK Government delays high-fat food regulations

Researchers argue that a delay by the UK Government to restrict promotions on foods High in Fat, Sugar and Salt (HFSS) this October is a “step back” in combating rising obesity levels, according to a new perspective in Obesity, The Obesity Society’s (TOS) flagship journal.


Building sustainability throughout the farm to fork value chain

Globally, consumers demand greater transparency and a closer connection to the food and beverages they consume. Beyond nutrition facts, they want to know about their food source, how it was processed and transported, and animal welfare. A host of environmental, health and ethical factors drive this need for increased supply chain visibility.


Envisioning net-zero food systems

A new assessment [1] of over 60 scenarios based on current low-emission practices shows that realizing net-zero food systems will require widescale adoption of new technologies in the next two decades and changes in meat and dairy consumption. A more diverse set of practices and innovative research, including diet shifts and new-horizon technologies, will be […]


Innovations in Reb M sweetener production reduce environmental impact

Ingredion, a leading global ingredient solutions provider, has revealed the results of its most comprehensive environmental life cycle assessment of stevia, a natural sweetener and sugar substitute derived from the leaves of the plant species Stevia rebaudiana. The global study was conducted to better understand the sustainability of stevia across its product life cycle compared […]


Researchers develop more effective way to monitor milk production

Food safety starts with effective monitoring. For the milk production industry, that means carefully monitoring for contaminants at every stage of the supply chain – beginning with the farm and continuing until the product hits the supermarket shelf. Unfortunately, doing so is easier said than done.