Demand for animal protein

Demand for animal protein By 2050 the world’s population is projected to grow by one-third, reaching between 9 and 10 billion people. With trade globalization, increased urbanization, and expected growth in global affluence, a substantial increase in per  capita meat, dairy and fish consumption also is anticipated. Sustainably meeting the nutritional needs of this population Read more about Demand for animal protein[…]

2020health – Careless Eating Costs Lives

2020health – Careless Eating Costs Lives.   The post-war era has seen a global food system emerge which affords us a grand array of food choices that are highly processed, more affordable and persuasively marketed. In parallel to this, we live an increasingly sedentary lifestyle enabled by transport, technology and a move from rural to Read more about 2020health – Careless Eating Costs Lives[…]

Comparative study of the functional properties of lupin, green pea, fava bean, hemp, and buckwheat flours as affected by pH – Raikos – 2014 – Food Science & Nutrition – Wiley Online Library

Comparative study of the functional properties of lupin, green pea, fava bean, hemp, and buckwheat flours as affected by pH – Raikos – 2014 – Food Science & Nutrition – Wiley Online Library.   The demand for products of high nutritional value from sustainable sources is growing rapidly in the global food market. In this Read more about Comparative study of the functional properties of lupin, green pea, fava bean, hemp, and buckwheat flours as affected by pH – Raikos – 2014 – Food Science & Nutrition – Wiley Online Library[…]

Good harvests and ample stockpiles continue to drive international food prices down – FAO

FAO – News Article: Good harvests and ample stockpiles continue to drive international food prices down.   Food markets are more stable and prices for most agricultural commodities are sharply lower than they have been in recent years, according to the latest edition of FAO’s biannual Food Outlook report and a new update to the Organization’s monthly Read more about Good harvests and ample stockpiles continue to drive international food prices down – FAO[…]

Getting past pasteurization: consider high-pressure processing of dairy foods and beverages | Dairy Foods

Getting past pasteurization: consider high-pressure processing of dairy foods and beverages | 2014-09-26 | Dairy Foods. Dairy products have been a key component of a healthy diet and a source of many nutrients. The industry has employed time-tested and validated thermal pasteurization and sterilization technologies to ensure consumer confidence. However, changes in consumers’ health and Read more about Getting past pasteurization: consider high-pressure processing of dairy foods and beverages | Dairy Foods[…]

How Was Life? – Global Well-being since 1820

How Was Life? | OECD READ edition. The report examines 10 individual dimensions of well-being, tracking them over time and space, then pulls them together in a new composite indicator. The dimensions covered reflect a broad range of material and non-material aspects of well-being: per capita GDP, real wages, educational attainment, life expectancy, height, personal Read more about How Was Life? – Global Well-being since 1820[…]

Global Sodium Consumption and Death from Cardiovascular Causes

Global Sodium Consumption and Death from Cardiovascular Causes In 2010, the estimated mean level of global sodium consumption was 3.95 g per day, and regional mean levels ranged from 2.18 to 5.51 g per day. Globally, 1.65 million annual deaths from cardiovascular causes (95% uncertainty interval [confidence interval], 1.10 million to 2.22 million) were attributed Read more about Global Sodium Consumption and Death from Cardiovascular Causes[…]