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Europe: Researchers convert lactose into alcohol

Researchers from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, have developed a patented technology which uses lactic acid bacteria to efficiently convert lactose...

Europe: Getting protein out of grass, research

In the quest to develop sustainable foods, which can feed the world's growing population, researchers from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark,...

Europe: Chr Hansen, DTU to research on probiotic bacteria in food

Chr. Hansen and the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark embark on a joint research project on using encapsulation to secure longer-lasting bacteria...

Europe: Antimicrobial resistance research wins award

Professor Frank Møller Aarestrup from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, has been awarded the Nils Foss Excellence Prize 2017 worth EUR...

Europe: Researchers to extract proteins from potato residuals

Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 14 million (US$2.18 million) in a project that uses potato and seaweed residuals in ingredient production. Today, seaweed and...

Europe: Box that keeps produce fresh longer

To save some of the fruit and vegetables from the waste bin, four Technical University of Denmark (DTU) students have, in connection with the...

Europe: Campylobacter to blame for most foodborne infections in Denmark

Campylobacter is to blame for more than 4,600 foodborne infections in Denmark. It remains the most common cause of foodborne disease, according to the annual...

Europe: Sensor technology on shelf life of fish

A sensor that can register smoke from a fire can also be used to register even the faintest odor of bad fish. This is...

Europe: Detecting salmonella in pork meat twice as fast

A new method developed at the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), halves the time it takes slaughterhouses to test for disease-causing...

Europe: Consumers want sustainable, climate-friendly ingredients, study shows

The global population continues to grow, the middle class is expanding, and ever more people are moving from rural to urban areas. On account...