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Insect based feed for food animals
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Wageningen University & Research and industry partners explore benefits of feeding insects for piglets, broilers and the environment.
Salt of the Earth
Lower sodium in meat alternative products
ISRAEL, Atlit. To counter common off flavors from plant protein, it is common to add a significant amount of salt plus spices and flavors, which results in high sodium levels.
Institutes partner against Salmonella
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Dutch project will scale up multi-analyte methods.
Wageningen University installs Taskforce
NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. New division connects initiatives against food waste.
Consortium to boost food science in China
CHINA, Hangzhou. An international university consortium will collaborate around research and student training programmes.
NTU and Wageningen partner
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. The partnership aims to bring together interdisciplinary expertise in areas such as nanotechnology, biomedicine and food science to nurture the much needed skilled manpower for the food industry.
Insects are a sustainable source of omega-3
NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Wageningen University and Research Center published results.
EU project seeks algae omega-3s
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. The project is pursuing high value products for nutrition and pharmaceutical applications.
Plant-based meat matches steak for texture
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. The new generation of meat replacing products may help to meet the increasing global demand for meat and meat products in a sustainable way.
Wageningen is top
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Wageningen University among the 50 best universities in the world.
Industry must improve meat analogues
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen Consumer acceptance of meat analogues can be increased through repeated exposures to products containing substitute meat proteins, but industry must work to improve quality and establish initial positive experiences, say researchers from Wageningen University in The Netherlands.
Plant sterols lower bad cholesterol
USA Plant-derived sterols, known as phytosterols, have been shown repeatedly to lower bad LDL cholesterol in the blood.