Fifteen-year-old Angelina Arora will represent Australia at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pennsylvania.
The Fight Food Waste CRC will tackle the growing international problem of food waste, which is at the heart of future industry sustainability.
Edible, transparent packaging made out of corn and seafood by-products and water-soluble polymer PVA may have the potential to replace plastic in the food industry.
The better the diet, the higher the waste generated.
A new technology developed by Unilever, start-up company Ioniqa and Indorama Ventures may be able to create a circular economy.
The strategy will focus on eliminating non-recyclable plastics, encouraging the use of plastics that allow better recycling rates and changing complex combinations of packaging materials.
Plant-based replacements for five categories of animal-based food produced up to 20 times more protein per acre.
A recent survey in the UK found that 99% of salads served alongside takeaway food are thrown away.
An $11m investment in water processing technology at Fonterra's Darfield plant will reduce the amount of groundwater extracted at the manufacturing site by around 70%.
The ecolabelling standard ISO14024 has been updated to better reflect the current environmental context.
Water is absolutely crucial in the food and beverage industries on so many levels — as an ingredient; as part of the production process; and for cleaning and hygiene.