Also announced at the COP28 session was the mobilization of more than US$2.5 billion in funding to support food security while combatting climate change and a new partnership between the UAE and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for food systems innovation in the face of climate change.
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Israel-based FoodTech start-up BioBetter has opened its first food-grade pilot facility to accelerate the production of key growth factors for the cultivated meat industry. The company has pioneered a unique protein manufacturing platform for producing growth factors (GFs) using tobacco plants as self-sustained, animal-free bioreactors.
Many fungus strains have been used and selected by the food industry for their capacities to ferment, produce flavours or produce heterologous molecules.
MycoTechnology announced in late November that is has appointed Michael Leonard as its new chief executive officer. Simultaneously, Alan Hahn, the esteemed co-founder and former CEO, will take on the pivotal role of executive chairman, marking a new chapter in the company’s continued growth and global expansion.
United States-based MycoTechnology is using mushroom mycelia to create proteins and flavours for the food industry through proprietary technology in an effort to help resolve some of the key challenges facing global food production. Ranjan Patnaik, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at MycoTechnology, discusses the benefits of mycelia and the fungi-based products the company produces.
In many parts of Africa, Asia and South America, insects such as crickets, grasshoppers, silkworms, and even termites are not merely exotic snacks; they’re cherished elements of culinary heritage. These insects offer high-quality protein and essential nutrients while exemplifying sustainable farming practices. In the face of global food insecurity, insect consumption is gaining momentum as […]
SweetSep is a new line of High-Performance Anion Exchange (HPAEC) columns from Antec Scientific for reliable and superior separation of all classes of carbohydrates including N-glycans using PAD or MS detection.
The proposed EU Regulation on Packaging and Packaging Waste (PPWR) aims to tackle the problem of growing packaging waste. One of the targets is to make all packaging recyclable by 2030. To support sack kraft paper producers, paper sack converters and fillers to maximise the recyclability of all paper sacks placed on the market, EUROSAC […]