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Disease-fighting broccoli nutrients thrive under alternate nitrogen source

Results presented here open a promising avenue for broccoli to improve both their defensive capacity and nutritional value by controlling the nitrogen source. ©iStock

Controlling the nitrogen source used by plants can increase the nutrient profile of commercially valuable vegetables like broccoli, reducing the use of pesticides in the process. 

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Sustainable and water dispersible plant sterol launches in EU

Crickets contained 'major proportions' of omega-6. ©iStock

Insect nutrient battle: Asian crickets pack more essential fatty acids than European mealworm

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European Parliament votes in favour of strict new palm oil measures

Europe needs 'proper' cannabidiol regulations for foods and supplements, says association

Europe needs 'proper' cannabidiol regulations for foods and supplements, says association

NutraIngredients Awards: Readers' category open ... YOU decide who wins!

NutraIngredients Awards: Readers' category open ... YOU decide who wins!

DSM opens new Dutch biotechnology centre

DSM opens new Dutch biotechnology centre

Animal blood from slaughterhouses could be used to generate added-value ingredients and provide alternative protein sources, say Irish researchers (Pic: ©iStock).

Bloody good idea? Could 'wasted' animal blood be alternative protein source?

The company's brand for human nutrition products will be called Nutriterra. ©iStock

Omega-3 canola oil supplier filing for regulatory approval in Australia, US and Canada

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