Israeli forks moo-ve to 3D bioprinted ribeye steak

The technology clones and grows real cow cells in the lab

Green is good, but who trusts it?

A new study finds only a third of EU consumers trust the green credentials of food products

‘Meat-eaters contribute nearly twice as much to climate change than vegans’

New research finds that if everyone in the UK switched to vegetarianism for a year, they could save the UK 37,900,000 tonnes of emissions

University of Oxford: ‘We must change what we eat to solve the climate crisis’

Researchers warn that even if global fossil fuel emissions were stopped with immediate effect, emissions derived from global food systems alone could push global temperature increases above 1.5°C

Cadent pays for 40,000 meals to help vulnerable children avoid hunger

The gas network’s announcement follows controversy over the government’s refusal to extend a free school meals scheme beyond term times

Switching 10% of world’s meat to plant-based food ‘could save 176m tonnes of CO2 by 2030’

Global consumption of meat reached 385 million tonnes in 2018, which translates to at least 1.7 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emissions

High levels of microplastics are ‘released from infant-feeding bottles’

Under certain conditions, kettles and infant-feeding bottles could release up to 16.2 million polypropylene microplastics per litre, according to a report

‘Wasted food produces six times the amount of greenhouse gas emissions as global aviation’

A new report published by the organisation warns climate change cannot be stopped if society doesn’t stop wasting food

Scottish island communities to receive £2m for green recovery

The Islands Green Recovery Programme is now open for applications and will deliver investment in low carbon transport, food sustainability and zero waste projects

Your seafood platter might contain a hidden ingredient – plastic

Researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Queensland studied five different kinds of seafood and found traces of plastic in every sample