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Source: Science Alert
There is no evidence currently that COVID-19 is transmitted by food. The biggest risk when it comes to COVID-19 and groceries is being around other people in the grocery store while you are shopping.
April 1, 2020 Coronavirus hits sustainable aquacultureSource: China Dialogue
Tilapia are now mature enough to process in China, but Covid-19 has delayed orders from major importing nations
March 30, 2020 Next-generation GMO crops poised to make major contributions to sustainable farming and medicineSource: Genetic Literary Project
Transgenic crops have been planted in different countries for over twenty years, starting from 1996. About 191.7 million hectares were planted in 2018 to transgenic crops with high market value, such as herbicide tolerant...
March 26, 2020 How to Make More Sustainable Food ChoicesSource: Health.com
If you’re worried about climate change, one of the best ways to have an impact is to pay attention to what’s on your plate. Here are some simple things you can start doing today that really can make a difference.
March 24, 2020 A Cycle of SustainabilitySource: AG WEB
A focus on sustainability is not new for the Crave family of south-central Wisconsin. In fact, Mark Crave will tell you “what’s new in conservation was once old.” At Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics, a combination of new science...
Source: New Food Magazine
UK shoppers are unknowingly consuming 2.5x more fish than they think, according to a new report which ranked the top 10 UK supermarkets according to the sustainability of the farmed seafood that they sell.
Source: Food Beverage
Cargill has partnered with non-profit organisation Imaflora to implement two projects which aim to support the production of sustainable cocoa in Pará, Brazil.
Source: Nutritional Outlook
Presentation is everything when one considers how crowded the natural products marketplace is. Brands have to stand out both on the shelves, and on a screen as someone scrolls on their computer, tablet, or smart phone. Therefore,...
Source: Food Navigator
A new study reveals that producing meat from slower-growing chickens – as opposed to fast-growing breeds – can ‘significantly’ reduce mortality and culling.
March 17, 2020 McDonald’s, citing coronavirus outbreak, closes its dining rooms, asks franchisees to do sameSource: Fox News
Fast food giant McDonald’s is the latest American business to take drastic action to curb the coronavirus epidemic, according to a report.
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