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Derek Sarno to leave Tesco after six years of building plant-based category
Eat Just to build bioreactor to produce animal-free growth media for cultured meat, following Singapore Food Agency approval
Kepak to offer Food Passports initative to encourage more people to take up a career in food
Edinburgh becomes first European capital to endorse the Plant Based Treaty
How you could help fix the global food system
TikTok trolley dash: how food companies are cashing in on the social media app
Genetically modified rice could tackle food shortages caused by climate change, new research finds
Has IFF achieved a paradigm shift in plant-based protein?
BENEO’s plans to make a tasty, plant-based future happen
Scientists create edible plant-based ink from food waste which could reduce cost of cultivated meat production
How can we get more fibre into our diets?
How to find resilience in the workplace and get the most from your career in food
Welcome from the editor: the benefits of food
Can recycling habits be transformed using nudge theory?
Lubrication and fat location in chocolate determine its enjoyability, University of Leeds study shows
Project Eaden raises €10.1 million to finance launch of plant-based steak made using proprietary fibre spinning technology
Is the baguette under threat? How UNESCO could save the French bread
Research finds 20% of Brits pick non-alcoholic beer as drink of choice with low/no category sales expected to grow 31% by 2024
Charles Michel – putting the philosophy into food