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Why the charcoal trend needs caution

Professor Buttriss: ‘Is this just a harmless fashion or might there be a downside?’

The medicinal properties of activated charcoal have been known for centuries.

More needs to be done to promote food and drink careers advice in schools, claims Food Manufacture’s Rick Pendrous

Back to basics for Food education and training

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

Are gluten-free diets harmful for non-coeliacs?

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

How Brexit can remove the novel foods roadblock

Manufacturers must engage in Brexit and Regulating our Future negotiations

Call to arms for more industry engagement

Professor Buttriss: ‘The challenge has been to find substitutes that provide the same functionality in food production’

Sat fat replacement research ramps up

Agri-food must not be a Brexit sacrificial pawn

Agri-food must not be a Brexit sacrificial pawn

Buttriss: ‘Bigger, high quality trials are needed and now underway’

Can turmeric really help cure cancer?

Baroness Susan Kramer, Liberal Democrat shadow business secretary

What a Lib Dem victory would mean for food manufacturing

Happy 90th birthday Food Manufacture magazine

Food Manufacture – 90 and still going strong!

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