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The Dutch are willing to eat more insects

Dutch people are very open to the idea of eating more insects. 1 out of 5 Dutch people (21%) have already eaten insects or insect-based food. This is shown in research commissioned by Ÿnsect. When the advantages in te..

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DCP Ingredients to reuse its own CO2 emissions

26 April 2022

"We make the industrial ‘egg’ that binds, for example, ready-made hamburgers." explains Director Jacques ten Kate. The DCP factory uses residual flows from the meat industry as a raw material for their production process...

Mini intestines replace test animals

26 April 2022

Three Wageningen research institutes are developing organoids using intestinal cells harvested from humans and pigs. This will drastically reduce the need for test animals in future, according to food safety researcher M...

'Slaughter speed reduction legally impossible'

26 April 2022

It is not worthwhile or possible to enforce a generic reduction in slaughter speed in slaughterhouses, because the process control at a certain slaughter speed depends very much on the situation and set-up of that specif...

Crunchy Coatings van De Korrel Beheer

26 April 2022

De Korrel Beheer is producent van verschillende producten op het gebied van Taste , Coatings en Funtional Blends. Tailormade uiteraard, zodat je als bedrijf je producten een eigen twist mee kan geven. Dit geldt ook voor ...

‘Growers adjust strategy due to high energy prices'

25 April 2022

As a result of the explosive rise in energy prices, greenhouse horticulture entrepreneurs are adjusting their cultivation strategy. Their ambition remains to achieve climate-neutral cultivation. That is why they support ...

ValuSect helps 18 SMEs with insect production

25 April 2022

The ValuSect consortium is glad to announce the attribution of €460.000 worth of services to 18 SMEs to boost their edible insect business. The selected SMEs will get help from our expert partners to develop their innova...

Wasabi Kroket wins MBO Challenge Food waste 2022

25 April 2022

On Thursday 21 April 2022, the winner of the MBO Challenge Food Waste was announced. The jury unanimously chose the Wasabi Croquette, made by the students MBO nutrition & skill of the Lentiz LIFE College. The client ...

DP&S is 'Futureproof' in every aspect

21 April 2022

Dutch Protein & Services (DP&S) is all set for the sustainable market of the future. The Dutch family business has been a reliable name in the food industry for more than 50 years, as a supplier of total solution...

'There is little supervision of mechanically separated meat'

21 April 2022

A new opinion poll commissioned by Foodwatch shows that 72% of consumers do not know what mechanically separated meat (MSM) is. 74% of respondents do not know which products contain MSM. Foodwatch claims that the State i...

Share of sustainable quality labels rises in 2021

21 April 2022

The share of products with a more sustainable label in total food sales in supermarkets continues to grow. In 2021, sales of more sustainable products grew stronger than total food sales in supermarkets, reaching the hig...

Earlier and more effective communication about product improvement

21 April 2022

The House of Representatives requests the government, together with food producers, to draw up alternatives for earlier and more effective communication about product improvement, within the framework of European legisla...

North Holland supports 3 initiatives for local food

21 April 2022

The Province of Noord-Holland finds it important that more people eat food from their own region. To encourage this, the province organised a challenge that is part of the implementation agenda of Voedsel Verbindt (Food ...

Labour shortage demands creativity from food companies

19 April 2022

Scarcity in the labour market is slowing down the growth of food companies. The shortage of people requires maximum creativity from entrepreneurs in engaging and binding staff in order to secure future growth. In additio...

Government sets aside 60 million euros for cultured meat and dairy

19 April 2022

The Dutch government has announced that it will reserve 60 million euros for education, research and upscaling in the field of cultured meat and dairy (cellular agriculture). The aim is to further develop the Dutch cultu...

UMC Utrecht does allergy tests with novel foods

19 April 2022

UMC Utrecht will coordinate an international study that will develop methods to assess the allergic potential of so-called "novel foods" (such as insect burgers). The food allergy research project is called 'Allergenicit...