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Cultivated meat to be grown on farms across Europe?

RESPECTfarms kicks off a feasibility research to enable farmers to grow meat directly from animal cells, on their existing farms. With investment from both European governments, NGOs, and industry partners, they will hav..

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Fermentation is key for the circular economy

27 December 2022

Chemicals and materials from renewable raw materials, such as biomass, will become increasingly important in the circular economy of the future. It is likely that microbial fermentation conversion technology will play a ...

Soil bacteria produce proteins from carbon dioxide

27 December 2022

The soil bacterium Cupriavidus necator can grow on a mixture of carbon dioxide, oxygen, and hydrogen can be persuaded to produce various useful products, such as amino acids, milk proteins, and building blocks for pharma...

WUR: We should not replace meat but reduce it

30 November 2022

The shift to consuming more plant-based protein is an essential aspect of the protein transition. “The responsibility lies not just with the individual consumer, and the solution lies not just in innovative food products...

Marjolein Brasz - CEO Foodvalley

21 November 2022

We are on a journey, towards a new balance. In 2050, we want healthy, affordable and delicious food. Sustainably produced, of course. And for the people who will be living then: a world population of no less than abou...

Foodvalley Shared Facility Finder

21 November 2022

An important tool with which Foodvalley wants to give the food transition a big push forward is the Shared Facility Finder: a platform on which all kinds of organisations can find and share facilities. Already some 350 r...

Cold plasma: Interesting for the food industry?

21 November 2022

Current chemical and thermal processes used to ensure the hygiene and safety of products have their disadvantages. Cold plasma can be a mild alternative in controlling micro-organisms, microbial spores and viruses. What ...

Foodvalley up to the plate

21 November 2022

Getting healthy, sustainable and efficiently produced food on our plates. Our experts identify promising opportunities at an early stage. With their sights set on 2050, but with application possibilities for today. To do...

Posters Meat, Fish, Fruit and Vegetables and Dairy

20 November 2022

Through the trade magazine Voedingsindustrie we distribute the poster VLEES, VIS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES and since 2022 also the poster DAIRY. On the posters you will find the structure of the various processing industri...

WUR: Farmed insects fit in the food system

26 October 2022

Edible insects can use the organic residual streams from agriculture and the food sector and make new food or feed from them. In this way they may make food systems more sustainable. Alejandro Parodi studied how sustaina...

Cultivated meat production Mosa Meat to new level

19 October 2022

Mosa Meat is celebrating taking the next step in the scaling up of their facilities for the production of cultivated beef. The company is expanding to a total of 7,340 m2 facilities (77,000 sq ft.), making it the largest...

Big data takes food safety to higher level

17 October 2022

New and powerful algorithms and bioinformatics tools are enabling the development of models that make it much easier to predict outbreaks of food-borne diseases. Nestlé and Mars are among the first to invest in HTS infra...

Mycoprotein for optimal texture and taste

12 September 2022

Current meat replacements mainly use vegetable ingredients as a basis, such as soya, peas or wheat. The intrinsic product properties, including side effects and specific texture properties, are not always to the consumer...

TLR newcomer to Dutch Fresh Port

12 September 2022

Is that organic tomato really organic? Do these strawberries, raspberries or berries carry the hepatitis-A virus or norovirus, or is a full pesticide screening with retail specification required? Questions that TLR, newc...

A veggie burger out of the printer

07 September 2022

Researchers at WUR have developed a process for printing a vegetarian burger. The burger is made up of spaghetti-like threads of protein. In the process hall of the Axis campus building stands a Burger Extrusion Print...

NTU develops fungi-based food product

02 September 2022

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a technique to cultivate a fungi-based food product that could serve as a healthier, better tasting, and greener alternative to p...