The soft drinks giant says that this drive towards recycled plastic will save an estimated 70,000 tonnes of virgin, fossil-fuel based plastic every year.
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The former sugar refiner and now food and beverage ingredient supplier hopes the move will improve its offering of low-sugar products around the world.
The company behind the cultured chicken says it will be available in restaurants in Singapore and later to consumers as production is scaled up.
Antibiotic usage on UK farms has been falling steadily, but the Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics fears this could be undone by future trade deals with countries that do not have such stringent regulation.
A study from North Carolina State University finds some foods have the ability to inhibit a crucial enzyme in the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
With COVID-19 turning the food industry upside down overnight, EIT Food's latest report suggests some changes may be here to stay.
Oato says its oat drink will be delivered before 7am around the UK in reusable glass bottles to prevent excess waste.
EU payments will be withdrawn from 2021, with a new funding scheme, which rewards sustainable farming methods, set to replace them.
Cases of Campylobacteriosis in New Zealand declined following poultry reforms between 2006-2008, but progress since then has been slow.
NI politicians across the floor unite as they express fear over Northern Ireland food supply following new regulations.
Via the addition of an enzyme during baking, a study has demonstrated that bread can improve blood flow and aid the vascular system.
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.
New Food’s global roundup of product recalls includes a number of Listeria alerts as well as undeclared allergens and other pathogen contaminations.
The timeframe for the consultation has been called "frankly astounding" by the FDF, which has called for more detail in the proposal to ban advertising of unhealthy foods, as well as a meeting at Number 10 to discuss the way forward.
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.