Reports

Home Reports

Europe: Region to recycle plastics as China rejects more waste shipments, says analyst

China no longer wants to be the world’s dumping ground for plastic waste, according to research from information provider IHS. As a result, recyclers in...

World: Global beef market to remain positive despite weather in Australia, BSE incident in...

According to the latest Rabobank report, Beef Quarterly Q2 2014, the global beef market will regain its positive momentum in Q3, once the current,...

Americas: CDC reports findings on antibiotic resistance in foodborne germs

Antibiotic resistance in foodborne germs, an ongoing public health threat, showed both positive and troubling trends, according to data tracked by the Centers for...

Asia Pacific: China to demand more dairy products due to Western influence, diet, finds...

China will be the largest dairy market in the world by 2018, despite dairy not being part of the traditional Chinese diet, according to...

Europe: F&B manufacturers should produce less sugary products with science, technology, says UK institute

The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) in the UK has on June 26, 2014 published its draft report on carbohydrates and health, which...

World: Parts of Asia, Africa at risk of animal-borne diseases, finds study

A new global study mapping human-animal diseases like tuberculosis (TB) and Rift Valley fever finds that an "unlucky" 13 zoonoses are responsible for 2.4...

World: Plastics packaging still favored in markets due to cost, performance

The global food packaging market seems to have reached a plateau in terms of technology and its ability to protect and extend the life...

Americas: FutureFood 2050 shares insights on controlling food waste

Reducing the world’s 1.3 billion tons of wasted food every year may hold the key to sustainably feeding 9 billion people by 2050, according...

Europe: TÜV SÜD survey finds consumers concerned about artificial colors used in food

About 34% of 510 households in Germany perceived additives such as artificial colorings as their chief nutritional concerns, according to a survey conducted by...

Europe: Denmark reports low number of people infected with salmonella, finds institute

The number of people living Denmark who contracted a salmonella infection reached a historic low level in 2013, according to the National Food Institute...
- Advertisement -

EDITOR PICKS