The company said the product promises to eliminate allergies making it safe for consumption for people with lactose intolerance.
Danish scientists have utilised a by-product from cheese production to create an antimicrobial solution that can extend the shelf life of certain food products.
A study has found the plant-based fish market is expected to grow by more than 13 times its current state over the next 10 years.
Researchers have tested handheld DNA sequencers as a routine microbial monitoring solution for food production facilities.
The company hopes to change the way consumers buy meat while providing Australian farmers with a stable price for their livestock year round.
Food science has determined how certain processed foods could trigger chronic kidney disease, but by introducing foods containing a specialised fibre, the effects can be improved.
The research findings could provide wine growers with an opportunity to crack into the Japanese market by tweaking production in accordance with the local flavours.
US researchers have developed an edible platform out of spinach that can be used to grow meat cells.
The technology has been developed to kill bacteria on the surface of egg shells and allow the growth of healthy chickens.
An international team of scientists have conducted a world-level assessment of the impacts of COVID-19 on food security.
The funding aims to help manufacturers scale up production, commercialise their products and operations, and integrate into domestic and global supply chains.