A University of Florida scientist is one step closer to creating non-allergenic peanut products. Wade Yang has managed to remove 80% of peanut allergens in whole peanuts.
By analysing the coffee genome, UQ scientists have found that it could soon be possible to grow premium-quality, caffeine-free coffee, tea and cocoa.
Consumers buying gluten-free products could be unwittingly exposing themselves to a food allergen, according to a Kansas State University food safety specialist.
Tannic acid has shown promising results as a scavenger of peanut allergens, meaning that it could be used to reduce or prevent allergic responses when allergic consumers accidentally ingest peanut residues.
How do we convince squeamish consumers that insects are a viable (and palatable) option? Research from Canadean suggests that information is key - as is tapping into insects' association with exotic foods.
There's a new emulsifier in town: okra. An Estonian PhD student is investigating the potential of carbohydrates extracted from the pods of the okra plant as emulsifiers.
While foods contain more than 10,000 different volatile substances, only between three and 40 of these key odours are responsible for encoding the typical smell of an individual foodstuff, research from Germany has revealed.
US researchers say they've developed a process that reduces allergens in peanuts by 98% through the use of food-grade enzymes commonly used in food processing.
New research from South Dakota State University (SDSU) could help improve the palatability of low-fat products with the use of a strain of lactic acid bacteria that mimics fat.
Zhucheng Dongxiao Biotechnology's liquid glucose has a corn base and is enzyme-converted. It is free of gluten and allergens and is transparent, making it good for food appearance.
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One day, every town could have its own small-scale cultured meat factory, scientists have predicted. In Trends in Biotechnology, they outline a potential meat manufacturing process, starting with a vial of cells taken from a cell bank and ending with a pressed 'cake' of meat.
Australian eucalypt honey has been discovered to have prebiotic qualities, meaning that regular consumption could improve gut health, a new study has shown.
A method called 'basal wire coiling' has been effective in increasing the sugar concentration of tomato juice. Researchers from Tokyo University of Agriculture say the finding could improve the marketability of tomato juice.
Opening a bottle and pouring liquid into a glass isn’t exactly an arduous task but a US company hopes to release a powdered variety to make consuming alcohol that little bit easier - and more portable.