Claims that consumption of dairy products and other high calcium
goods may play a key role in weight loss or gain are not
sufficiently supported by scientific testing, according to a new
review of existing research.
Europe is the largest market for dairy products worldwide with an
estimated 42 per cent of the worldwide market in 2007, though it
will become increasingly reliant on innovation in the industry to
meet further growth, according to...
Foods produced using emerging nanotechnology are less likely to
come up against consumer hurdles than genetically modified foods
since they do not involve tinkering with genes, and therefore have
a greater perception of naturalness,...
Trans fatty acids are not created equal, according to the results
of the European-wide TRANSFACT study, with natural sources not
sharing the detrimental health effects as their
Tetra Pak hopes to encourage further growth and development in the
Chinese dairy industry by overseeing the launch of a new research
centre in conjunction with the People's University of China
A UK study of the impact on the environment of the food supply
chain attempts to broaden the concept of measuring 'kilometres'
travelled, to include sourcing, production methods, processing and