Preparations are already underway for missions that will land humans on Mars in a decade or so. But what would people eat if these missions eventually lead to the permanent colonization of the red planet? Once (if) humans do make it
Coles has announced it is partnering with eco-friendly bio-plastic manufacturer Plantic Technologies to introduce recyclable packaging for a wide range of its Coles Brand fresh meat and poultry products. https://www.insideretail.com.au/news/coles-introduces-recyclable-meat-packaging-201807#
The Monash Food Innovation Centre is proud to be part of this important innovation in addressing food waste.
Researchers from the Monash University’s School of Chemistry in an international collaboration with IITB (India) are working with the Food Innovation Centre, industry and farmers to help them transform food waste into profits – while simultaneously improving their business model. With
WITH food production and processing going through its biggest change since the industrial revolution, what can we expect our food to look like in the future? Some of these advances will be to the product we eat, some will be
Aldi is going green by adapting the How2Recyle label across all of its private brand products within the next two years, according to Environmental Leader. The label states which products can or cannot be recycled and what steps consumers
Consumption patterns and attitudes are shifting in the Nordic area towards a more plant-based diet. A survey from Ernst & Young found that 24 percent of Nordic consumers predict they will eat less meat in the next five years, primarily due
Important insights on leveraging ‘Big Data” to improve agricultural output and productivity – this is the Future!
Over the past 25 years, the digital revolution has drastically increased the amount of information that people can record, share, and store. For most of that time, the quantity of information produced by digital innovations has outstripped human capacity to
AUSTRALIANS will now have a better idea about where their food is grown and made after tough new labelling became law on July 1. The new labels tell buyers what is 100 per cent grown in Australia or made in Australia
Seed innovation is one of the key pillars in the development of the Australian agricultural industry.
“Innovations in plant breeding are enabling us to develop plants that meet the needs of a changing world,” said President of the International Seed Federation (ISF) Jean-Christophe Gouache at the opening ceremony of the ISF World Seed Congress 2018 in