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Cockroaches used to get rid of food waste
In the near pitch-dark, you can hear them before you see them - millions of cockroaches scuttling and fluttering across stacks of wooden boards as they devour food scraps by the ton in a novel form of urban waste disposal.
Ultraviolet Light can Extend Shelf life of Food & Reduce Wastage
Food wastage is a big problem these days. Food is wasted due to short shelf life of few fruits and vegetables. They get spoiled quickly and create problems like pathogens and microbes.
Banana's: Stop Food Waste
Buying, storing, freezing, using up and some good to know facts about banana's to help eliminate food waste!
McDonald's unveils plan for cutting antibiotics in beef
McDonald's announced a plan on Tuesday for a phased reduction of antibiotics in beef, expanding a health-oriented reform to a new meat source other than chicken.
Beauty (and taste!) are on the inside
Why loving ugly fruit and vegetables is good for the environment, the economy and a #ZeroHunger world
UK father paralysed after food poisoning issues safety warning to others
ITV news reports a father who became paralysed after contracting a rare illness from food poisoning has issued a warning to others about food safety.
Good news brewing for Cape Rooibos farmers
Rooibos, the plant farmed exclusively in the Western Cape, is growing into one of the most sought after agricultural products to invest in globally, according to the South African Rooibos Council (SARC).
5 lawsuits that could change the food industry
From unknown ingredients and debatable labels to the spreading of salmonella and E. coli, this year has not been short of litigation that can make a big impact.
Kelloggs use rejected cornflakes to make beer in bid to cut down on food waste
Consumers concerned about their carbon footprint will soon be able to drink beer and assuage their guilt over the environment at the same time as Kelloggs releases a beer made from leftover cornflakes.
How next-generation sequencing will impact your food safety program
It is impossible to ignore next-generation sequencing (NGS) in the food industry. It is no longer just a buzzword – it’s changing food safety as we know it. By leveraging the power of NGS, food manufacturers and labs have built safer and less expensive food safety programs. But w
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