With COVID-19 turning the food industry upside down overnight, EIT Food's latest report suggests some changes may be here to stay.
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Jambu Palaniappan discusses the ways in which Covid has accelerated technology within the hospitality sector and how it may redefine dining-out.
Project leader, Curtis Pozniak, compares the findings to locating a missing piece of your favourite puzzle, and hopes this will transform the way wheat is grown globally.
The desert locust has a notoriously complex genome structure, but scientists hope that by cracking their genetic code they can develop 'intelligent pesticides' that do not harm other organisms.
In the latest edition of Talking Crop, Gideon Ashworth examines the concerning problem of an increasingly ageing farmer population, and asks what can be done to turn the tide.
As the US sees a steep decline in seafood sales following restaurant closures, the rise in takeaway sales provides some comfort for an industry in need of federal help.
The full terms of the deal have not been laid out, but Nestlé has confirmed that the three founders of Mindful Chef will continue to run the business, albeit under the leadership of Nestlé.
The impact of COVID-19 is shining a spotlight on the health and safety of employees in the food industry. According to Anna Overton from S&P Global Ratings, as stakeholders place increasing importance on such social factors, this could induce lasting change to how companies in the sector approach their workers’…
The pest is expected to spread to parts of the US as well as major areas of Asia and Central America, according to the report written by scientists at the CABI.
A back and forth battle of tariffs has seen exports of spirits and wine plummet on both sides of the Atlantic, while coalition demands a rethink.
David Nickell looks at the issues of food loss and waste and how - as an industry - we can help address what appears to be an impossible challenge.
With Brexit on the horizon, Professor Chris Elliott questions the resilience of the UK’s food supply.
One of the world's largest farming interest groups calls for action from European Commission as EU honey harvests fall by up to 80 percent.