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Sweaty cows offer solution to food security woes

By Gwen Ridler

Sweaty cows could help solve a number of global warming related food security issues, according to new research by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS).

Consumers put the oat sheet in a blender, add water, and mix for 30 seconds. Image credit: Veganz

2D-printed plant-based milk: What, why and how?

By Flora Southey

3D printing is all the rage in plant-based, but what about 2D printing? In Germany, Veganz is scaling 2D-printed oat milk and reports orders are increasing month on month.

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Can cows flip the climate narrative?

By Jane Byrne

Over the past five years, a research alliance has created tools for estimating the carbon footprint of grazing ruminant animals, and it has generated some surprising results.

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New Culture self-determines GRAS status for its animal-free casein

By Deniz Ataman

New Culture self-affirms its animal-free casein is Generally Recognized As Safe following an independent review of experts, which brings it one step closer to selling its animal-free cheese in retail, while strengthening its partnerships with foodservice...

Could oil derived from chilli peppers get cows to burp out less methane? Image: Getty/travenian

Can botanicals improve milk production in dairy cows?

By Teodora Lyubomirova

Researchers from the Penn State University experimented with supplementing dairy cows two types of botanicals and measured the effects on lactational performance, methane emissions and nutrient utilization.

Zoe introduces kefir shot to gut health market

New Zoe Gut Shot a 'big step forward' for gut health market

By Nikki Hancocks

A probiotic kefir shot developed by the personalised nutrition scientists at Zoe has been hailed “a big step forward for the gut-health macro trend”, with industry pundits applauding the science-first product development approach.

Plant-based proteins have the potential to be used in a wide variety of ways outside of plant-based meat and dairy analogues. Image Source: fcafotodigital/Getty Images

Beyond meat and dairy analogues: What can plant-based protein do?

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

Plant-based protein isn’t just about meat and dairy analogues. At Food Ingredients Europe in Frankfurt last month, FoodNavigator spoke to companies doing a range of things with alternative proteins outside of simply adding them to plant-based burgers,...