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All articles by Elliot Gardner

  1. Will pulse electric field technology shake up the food industry?

    It’s been around for over 30 years, but pulse electric field (PEF) technology has recently been gaining serious traction as…
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    21 Feb
  2. Should the environmental impact of sandwiches be improved?

    Researchers at the University of Manchester have for the first time highlighted the carbon impact that sandwiches have on the…
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    1 Feb
  3. How do I taste: researchers identify new taste chemical pathway

    Taste might not at first glance be considered one of our most important senses, but when you consider how invaluable…
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    23 Jan
  4. Arctic Apples: combating the genetically modified stigma

    The growth, sale and use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has become an incredibly controversial practise. With dozens of arguments…
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    16 Jan
  5. Wasting away: are supermarkets doing enough to tackle food waste?

    In the New Year, the conversation often turns to how much food has been thrown out over the holiday December-January…
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    9 Jan
  6. Buzzing circuits: will we see robot bees replace organic pollinators?

    An update on the RoboBee from the Wyss Institute and the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has…
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    16 Nov
  7. Bugs, sweets and sawdust: alternative animal feeds changing agriculture

    The global demand for meat is rising. Couple that with the world’s growing population and that’s a whole lot more…
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    14 Nov
  8. Altering eating habits with augmented reality

    Reality, whether perceived or virtual, was a key theme at this year’s YFood London Food Tech Week. A huge amount…
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    9 Nov
  9. Bittersweet symphony: using sound to influence taste

    Whether its speedy drum beats on a fast food restaurant radio encouraging us to eat quicker or the sizzle of…
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    7 Nov
  10. Kernel of truth: can popcorn really hope to tackle crisps in the UK snack market?

    Popcorn is the fastest growing grocery product in the UK, according to recent market research data from Euromonitor. Brits eat…
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    11 Oct

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