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Europe: Compounds in meat may be carcinogenic

Population studies indicate a possible link between intake of meat and cancer. Meat may contain carcinogens, but it is also an important nutritional source...

Americas: Omega 3 intake lowers risk of fatal heart attacks

Blood levels of seafood and plant-based omega-3 fatty acids are associated with a lower risk of dying from heart attacks, according to a new...

Europe: People need to take more vitamin E, finds study

Just 21% of the studies of the examined populations globally reach a serum α-tocopherol concentration of ≥30 µmol/L, according to a study published in...

Americas: Consumers would pay 50% more for natural products, find survey

Consumers are happy to pay a premium of nearly 50% for food and drink formulated with natural ingredients, according to a new survey commissioned...

Americas: More buying organic produce, finds report

Over half of all households in the US now purchase organic produce, as the sale of organic bananas alone – now a US$165 million...

Africa: IFF, Unilever, agencies partner for farmers’ welfare

International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF), Unilever and non-governmental organizations are partnering together to enhance the livelihoods of smallholder vetiver farmers in Haiti. The partnership,...

Asia Pacific: Super-toasted bread a possible foam material, find Chinese researchers

Sturdy, lightweight carbon foam has many structural and insulating applications in aerospace engineering, energy storage and temperature maintenance. Current methods to create this material...

Americas: Rockwell Automation shares on gains in connected, future-proof factories

Regardless of the efficiency of a food and beverage (F&B) factory, plant managers need to consider its ability to grow into the future that...

Asia Pacific: Seaweed found to counter allergies

Scientists have found that a type of commercial red algae could help counteract food allergies. They report their findings in mice in American Chemical...

Middle East: Turkey’s young fuels demand for packaged products

Turkey is experiencing a number of big shifts in its demographics which is having a positive effect on the packaged food market, according to...
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