The chief scientists of FAO and WHO highlighted the role of science in keeping food safe while stressing the importance of technology during a webinar earlier this week.
The virtual event was organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
Organic milk attracts a premium over conventionally produced milk. Reading University and other consortium partners have completed a European Horizon 2020 project using metabolomics and NMR technology on 1,900 samples of organic milk collected on far
Supermarket Asda is testing a coating technology, designed to slow the rate of fruit and vegetable spoiling in an effort to reduce food waste. It is the first time that the technology is being tested in the UK since receiving approval from the EU com
For over 20 years, PulseNet, the national laboratory network that detects foodborne disease outbreaks, has prevented illness and saved money. PulseNet helps public health scientists identify and solve outbreaks of foodborne illness in the United Stat
The first paper by the EU "Food Smart Phone" Project (topic: A Critical Review of the Current Lab Technologies Available for Detecting Allergens in Food) has been published.
The aim of the "Food Smart Phone" Project is to allow consumers to become m
Fish farming is big business - the industry now produces about 100 million tonnes a year - and with salmon prices soaring, producers are turning to lasers, automation and artificial intelligence to boost production and cut costs.
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