Sustainability

What connects crickets, coffee & mushrooms in a sustainable urban food loop? This Danish start-up's protein juice

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Another month, another insect start-up? Maybe, but Danish firm Insekt KBH's apple, ginger and cricket juice is different: it's sustainable not only thanks to its ingredients but because it's produced in Copenhagen's self-sustaining urban food loop.

Acacia Gum has received bad press in the past, but producers are determined to show its multifaceted side ©iStock

Will acacia gum finally get the clean-label recognition it wants?

The Dutch Task Force says it will put ideas into action ©iStock

Wageningen University launches task force to fight food waste

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Finns gain berry win with safety certification

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Food Vision Asia takes place in Singapore in April.

Food Vision Asia returns to Singapore for three-day event on the future of food and nutrition

'Registered observers will still be able to attend the meetings but now they also have the option of following open sessions of the meetings on EFSA’s website...' ©iStock

EFSA quits Brussels for Parma home; commits to livestreaming

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Insect innovation: Getting the right flavour and texture for your product

A new coalition has been formed to help businesses access trillions of dollars available through sustainable practices ©iStock

Fresh thinking: Industry leaders form coalition to unlock trillions through sustainable practices

'Aquaculture requires feeding pellets to fish in cages, whereas marine agriculture uses sunlight as the energy source and the elemental wealth of the sea water, with no artificial input.' ©iStock/typhoonski

Omega-3 supply shifts: The case for marine agriculture

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