Deck the halls with Innovation! 2018 – T’was all 4 seasons to be jolly………..a colossal year in review! Merry Christmas to all that continue to engage with the Monash Food Innovation Centre. From large symposiums to tailored workshops, research projects and innovation design sprints, we have enjoyed stimulating your thinking and commercial plans
A study has found that six people in 10 are feeling the pressure to impress with their food offerings. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7993461/dinner-party-food-drink-study-bored/
The report, which asks if we will ever see a plastic-free world, also recommends firms should make plastic reduction a long-term goal, delivered through a series of smaller steps rather than risk operational paralysis by setting one huge, unrealistic objective.
In a recent walk around the supermarket, I started making a mental list of all of the food products that specified recommended age groups. There were more than I expected, and I am sure that my list is not exhaustive. In baby foods, there were products for children at 4, 6,
Food innovation can occur in all parts of the cycle from farm or sea through to food waste disposal. Let me know if the Monash Food Innovation Centre can help.
Household food scraps could be transformed into environmentally-friendly plastic bags and cups, thanks to up to £60 million of new government funding. Innovators are being challenged to make the UK a world-leader in creating sustainable packaging and reduce the impact of harmful plastics on the environment, as the UK seizes the