A food-grade wheatgrass variety called MN-Clearwater has been released for public use. The variety can provide new flavours for food products.
A study could help in quality assurance at breweries, as it found beer consumers could be more forgiving than previously believed when it comes to bitterness.
Research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst suggests that the food additive titanium dioxide, also known as E171, can disrupt the gut microbiome.
US wine volume sales are predicted to be flat in 2020, with consumers drinking the same amount of wine, but doing more of it at home, reveals Wine Intelligence.
A study of commercial avocado oil quality and purity has found that the majority of avocado oil sold in the US is of poor quality, mislabelled or adulterated.
Researchers have provided new insights into the molecular interaction between five bitter compounds in coffee and bitter receptors.
Researchers have identified long-concealed mutations within the genomes of 100 different types of tomato, which could guide efforts to tweak modern tomatoes.
Motif Foodworks has announced a partnership with Dr Alejandro Marangoni at the University of Guelph to improve fat performance in plant-based foods.
A study published in Physics of Fluids has found that temperature, humidity and surfaces can affect coronavirus droplet survival time.
Chr. Hansen has revealed that consumers are more concerned about supporting their immune system since COVID-19 and predicts a trend in food with probiotics.
The prospect of above-average rainfall in July has boosted winter crop production forecasts, with ABARES predicting a 53% increase in winter crop production.
The Australian owned and operated Monday Distillery has introduced a non-alcoholic, sugar-free premade drink range in time for 'Dry July'.
Plant-based eating is only set to continue its rise in popularity and the industry needs to adapt to the needs of thoughtful and mindful consumers.
Researchers from the University of Queensland are investigating the health benefits of the green plum, a native Australian fruit grown in East Arnhem Land.