Tasty News

Veggie temptations
30 June 2017

Veggie temptations

 

A Stanford University study found that people were more likely to choose vegetable dishes when they carried indulgent names. ‘Twisted citrus-glazed carrots’ anyone?

Sustainable protein: Meeting future needs
30 June 2017

Sustainable protein: Meeting future needs

Substituting animal products with more sustainable protein sources (e.g. algae, insects, rapeseed, and legumes) are important for the future of food. So, what are our options?

Childhood Obesity (Q&A)
10 May 2017

Childhood Obesity (Q&A)

Facts, figures, and tips for parents and schools to help the prevention of childhood obesity. 

Childhood Obesity Review
27 April 2017

Childhood Obesity Review

Obesity in Europe has significantly increased, with 1 in 3 children being overweight or obese. What is childhood obesity and what can we do about it?

Safe food storage at home
31 March 2017

Safe food storage at home

Keeping our food fresh for longer helps us to avoid getting sick, benefits the environment, and saves us money. But where and for how long can we store different types of food? What needs to be chilled and what not? Most pre-packed food labels provide storage instructions, but what is best to do after opening? The storage tips below can help us prevent food spoilage and reduce food waste.

Hierarchy of science evidence (Infographic)
01 March 2017

Hierarchy of science evidence (Infographic)

This infographic will help you understand different types of scientific studies.

Hazard vs. risk (Infographic)
01 March 2017

Hazard vs. risk (Infographic)

An infographic to help you to understand the distinction between hazard and risk.

Correlation vs. causation (Infographic)
01 March 2017

Correlation vs. causation (Infographic)

Correlation does not necessarily mean causation! This infographic you help you understand the difference.

Absolute vs. relative risk (Infographic)
01 March 2017

Absolute vs. relative risk (Infographic)

An infographic to help you to understand the difference between absolute risks and relative risks

Opportunities for nanotechnology in food and feed
22 February 2017

Opportunities for nanotechnology in food and feed

Nanoparticles exist in nature, and humans are exposed to these particles on a daily basis. Today it is possible to deliberately create matter with very small dimensions and nanotechnology can provide ways to modify the composition of food and feed, and packaging materials, at a very small scale. This may allow for the development of new foods and improving food processing and packaging in ways that will benefit consumers.