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Europe: UK consumers experience diet-linked poor health, finds committee

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Commons Select Committee has recently published its report into Food security, focused on demand, consumption and waste. The report...

Americas: Fish oil may help with diabetic neuropathy, says researcher

A new study in the Journal of Neurophysiology shows that fish oil supplements can restore the condition of nerves damaged from diabetes in mice. Fish...

Europe: Most salmonella infections still come from travellers, says Danish researchers

Almost every other registered salmonella infection in Denmark in 2014 was brought back by Danes travelling overseas, according to a report was prepared by...

Americas: Insect oil a source of omega 3, says researcher

Insect oil is a possible new source of the healthy omega-3 fatty acid as they make fatty acids naturally and can live on organic...

Europe: Researcher makes durable plastics from plants, clay

A new more sustainable material developed by reinforcing commercial bioplastic using additives from plants such as nanocellulose and oregano extracts can solve the most...

Europe: DTU project to study consumer traffic in food court

By monitoring mobile phones searching for Wi-Fi signals, students from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) are testing a tracking system to show how...

Europe: GanedenBC30 found to improve digestion of plant proteins

New research confirms that GanedenBC30 increases digestibility for pea, rice and soy proteins. This finding is reportedly especially important to the growing sports and ­fitness...

Americas: Foodservice menu for children remain unhealthy, researchers find

US chain restaurants participating in a National Restaurant Association initiative to improve the nutritional quality of their children’s menus have made no significant changes...

Americas: Researcher says food distribution is key to cure malnutrition

Malnutrition’s triple burden of undernourishment, deficiencies in vitamins and minerals, and over nutrition impacts millions of people around the world. Changes in the availability,...

Americas: Researchers could remove sulfites from wine

Since the time of the Roman Empire, winemakers have added sulfites to preserve their products. Sulfites, a class of compounds including sulfur dioxide and...
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