Dietary intakes of sulfites could be a safety concern for high consumers of foodstuffs that contain the additives, European Food Safety Authority experts concluded in their updated assessment of sulfur dioxide (E220) and sulfites (E221-228). Gaps in toxicity data meant the extent of certain adverse health effects could not be confirmed.
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While millions around the world face the threat of famine or malnutrition, the production of feed for livestock and fish is tying up limited natural resources that could be used to produce food for people. New research from Aalto University, published in Nature Food , shows how adjustment to the feeding of livestock and fish […]
SPX FLOW, Inc., a leading provider of process solutions for the nutrition, health and industrial markets, reports that customers who use its latest scraped surface heat exchanger (SSHE), Nexus, in margarine and shortening production are better able to meet sustainability and business goals by reducing emissions and cost.
Researchers map the environmental pressures of global production for all foods across aquatic and terrestrial systems
It is well known in the food industry that over the past several years there has been a marked shift in consumer demand for plant-based foods, not only a preference for simply fruit and vegetables, but also a demand for plant-based meats.
Introduction GC×GC combines an unmatched separation power with the capacity to generate highly ordered, structure- related patterns that help classification based on the analytes distribution in the 2D space. These features make GC×GC an excellent technique for the exhaustive characterization of complex samples such as those encountered in the food industry. The high level of […]
Startup provides industry-first seachable database of food ingredients and novel surplus exchange to reduce food waste.
Italian study analyses combined health impact of the Nutri-Score front-of-pack labelling system and the degree of food processing according to NOVA
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.
Proposed mandatory front-of-pack nutrition labelling legislation in the EU will be detrimental to the sport nutrition industry. Dr Adam Carey, Chairperson of the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance, looks at the regulatory options and discusses reasons why the sport nutrition industry should be exempt from the proposed food labelling laws.