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How Brexit can remove the novel foods roadblock

Jonny Bingham (left) and David Jones: ‘We see this time as one of opportunity’ (Photo©Sacha Ferrier)

In a deep, dark hole on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) website is the consultations section – home of poorly publicised, important documents that could change the whole dynamics of our food system.

Dairy desserts are claimed to be firmer and more creamy

Seaweed extract can add body to dairy desserts

Hydrosol is demonstrating the emulsifier in gluten-free vegan nuggets

Meat substitute made more real by emulsifier

Professor Buttriss: ‘Is mainstream adoption supported by the evidence?’

Are gluten-free diets harmful for non-coeliacs?

The palm oil alliance aims to ensure cultivation in Borneo is done with minimal impact on biodiversity

Palm oil firms unite to protect endangered orangutans

Plant protein demand is forecast to double in just eight years

Pea protein giant in €40M plant spend

Windyridge Cheese expected to double its turnover after agreeing a deal with Diageo

Cheese blender to double turnover after Guinness deal

Falling costs and ease of use should boost robots in UK food manufacture

Time is now ripe for robot investment

Research on Coca-Cola’s ‘spiral’ Fanta bottle stalled for two years

Caution over consumer insight tests

Food Contact Notification programme funding is considered to be at risk

Trump's US budget cuts raise food-contact regulation fears

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