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Libeert is already convinced of the huge benefits that automated management reporting can offer. Their operational reporting was becoming an increasing sales challenge, which is why the company opted for BrightAnalytics,..

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Innovative cucumber growers

15 October 2021

Innovative cucumber growers provide cucumbers from their own land all year round, thus making the market less dependent on imports from Southern Europe. They are participating in a research programme to develop the optim...

Fermentation can improve taste of plant-based proteins

14 October 2021

A new research project, partly funded by the Dutch government’s Top Sector Agri & Food initiative, aims to develop new fermentation processes to improve the quality and flavour of plant-based proteins.  Plant...

WUR produces kerosene from bio-based side streams

12 October 2021

Wageningen University & Research has developed a new type of aviation fuel that is produced using bio-based waste streams from the agriculture industry. One of the targets of the Renewable Energy Directive II (RED...

TNO research basis for WHO/FAO advice on allergen limits

27 September 2021

The WHO/FAO has recommended standards for warning of the possible unintended presence of allergens in food. These standards could help prevent potentially life-threatening situations for food-allergic consumers and signi...

DSM gets into cultured meat with Meatable

16 September 2021

Innovative food company Meatable has entered into a joint development agreement with Dutch multinational Royal DSM to co-develop growth media for cultivated meat. Growth media is a nutrient-rich liquid which contains the...

Revolutionary bacteria-inhibiting packaging

13 September 2021

Global Flexibles from Krimpen a/d IJssel will soon be marketing a special vacuum and skin film. A packaging film with proven bacterial inhibition that can ensure a longer shelf life of fish, meat and cheese, and less foo...

Protein from duckweed: from ditch to delicious

13 September 2021

Plant-based and sustainable is the diet of the future. Variety of plant-based proteins in products and ingredients increases. These plant-based proteins have their own unique properties that will help shape products in t...

It's rush hour in protein land

13 September 2021

It cannot have escaped anyone's attention: proteins are, without exaggeration, the centre of attention. No wonder: the world population is growing, in many places prosperity is increasing, which goes hand in hand with in...

RIDLV pleit voor gezondheid in drievoud

13 September 2021

Landbouw heeft enorm bijgedragen aan de voedselzekerheid, de levensverwachting en de welvaart van de sterk gegroeide wereldbevolking. Maar ze berokkent in haar huidige vorm en omvang ook steeds meer schade aan de planeet...

Roadmap Plant Proteins

08 September 2021

 Today, we are facing an unprecedented challenge to produce and distribute adequate protein to feed over nine billion people by 2050, in an environmentally sustainable and affordable way. Protein calories consumed by peo...

Detecting bacteria with smart sensors

13 July 2021

Maastricht University, together with the Belgian universities of Leuven and Hasselt, has developed a sensor technology that can detect harmful bacteria on the spot during the production process. Researcher Rocio Arreguin...

Poster Meat, Fish and Fruit&Vegetable

02 July 2021

Via the trade journal Voedingsindustrie we distribute the poster MEAT, FISH and  Fruit & Vegetable . Because of the great demand, we also have these posters available online. Download them here without any oblig...

New dipping solution turns the whole fish into valuable food

10 June 2021

When herring are filleted, more than half their weight becomes a low-value ‘side stream’ that never reaches our plates – despite being rich in protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Now, scientists from Chalmers Univer...

Follow-up study on health effects of microplastics started

04 June 2021

On 3 and 4 June, the new MOMENTUM consortium will be officially launched. This launch starts with a two-day online kick-off meeting. This new consortium was already announced during the presentation of the knowledge a...

Chitin from shellfish residues via biological method

18 May 2021

Enzymes and bacterial fermentation can extract the useful substance chitin from shrimp shells and crab shells just as well as more aggressive chemical-based processes, according to research conducted by ILVO-UGent resear...