Los lácteos desnatados no son más sanos.

No importa qué guía dietética tengas entre manos, todas –con independencia de su nacionalidad y desde hace al menos 40 años–, trasladan un mensaje único, clónico, respecto al consumo de lácteos: por salud, hay que escoger las versiones desnatadas. Este mensaje se repite desde finales de la década de los años 70, concretamente cuando se publicaron las primeras guías dietéticas para norteamericanos, que fueron replicadas por la mayor parte de las administraciones sanitarias.

Food protector extends the life of fresh fruit and vegetables.

The food industry still causes vast amounts of waste, and a lot of waste happens in homes. Much of the food consumers buy end up being thrown out after it goes bad, and organic fruits and vegetables often don’t stay fresh for long due to a lack of preservatives. But a new Israel and China-based startup hopes to extend the life of fresh produce with their innovation.

Phresh has developed Food Protectors, a kitchen gadget that could increase the lifetime of fruit and veg by up to a month. The protectors use a powerful, plant-based organic powder that counteracts the bacteria that cause food to go bad.

The Fridge Laser That Detects Bacteria Crawling All Over Food.

Food poisoning is a potentially lethal condition and therefore a serious problem for the food industry. Each year, some 50 million people suffer food poisoning in the U.S. alone, including more than a million cases of potentially lethal salmonella poisoning.

So finding ways to prevent the spread of this and other kinds of bacteria is an important goal. But it is hard to detect bacteria in food products. The most common detection methods involve techniques such as microbiological culturing, polymerase chain reactions, high-performance liquid chromatography, and mass spectrometry, to name just a few.

Mars retira por riesgo de accidente sus chocolatinas en 55 países, entre ellos España.

El gigante chocolatero Mars Inc. ha ordenado una retirada masiva de sus productos del mercado en 55 países, entre ellos España, después de que un consumidor encontrara “un trozo de plástico” en una chocolatina fabricada en una planta de Holanda. "Que sepamos, hay 55 países afectados" por la medida, según ha explicado Eline Bijveld, coordinador de asuntos corporativos de la empresa en Holanda, quien ha puntualizado que solo están afectados los productos de Mars fabricados en la planta de Veghel y destinados a la exportación.

El Gobierno Vasco deberá defender ante el juez la multa a las firmas de catering a las que adjudicó 850 millones.

Hay saltos con pirueta, algunos con tirabuzón, y los más valientes incluyen triple mortal. El Gobierno Vasco se enfrenta a la paradoja de tener que defender ante los tribunales la multa de 18 millones que ha puesto Competencia por el sobrecoste millonario provocado por el sistema de adjudicación desplegado por el Ejecutivo vasco durante diez años en el servicio de contratación de los comedores escolares públicos.

Study: Food packaging can contribute to obesity.

Most food products are now packaged in plastic. German researchers have now shown that plasticisers can enter the body, disrupt hormone production, and cause people to gain weight. EurActiv Germany reports.

Plasticisers are added to food packaging, cables and various other products in order to make them more flexible and easier to handle.

Food Waste Smart Meter Winnow Bags $3.3M Further Funding.

Who would have thought there’s money in measuring how much food a professional kitchen throws away? Food waste smart meter maker Winnow has bagged a further $3.3 million in funding.

Investors in what the startup is talking up as an “oversubscribed” Series A round include previous backers Mustard Seed, and Axel Johnson’s digital venture capital fund D:Ax, along with a number of private investors. The London-based company plans to use the new finance to further develop the product and expand, including globally. It recently opened a new office in Singapore to serve the Asia-Pacific market.

What Happened To The Food Industry Last Year?

By the time you read this, you will be aware of the U-turn our food system is making to find new, personalized, localized ways to your plate. Last year was a bellwether year for food systems, specifically food distribution systems. In 2016, the traditional method of delivering food from farms to tables is going to shift to include new players, more technology and shocking transparency.

Disrupting Food? Analyzing the Booming Food Tech Startup Landscape

US Food Tech companies are on fire, raising over $1B in 2014. And the majority of these companies are looking to feed consumers in a faster/more efficient way. This has led investors like Jason Calacanis to make bold statements like “The future of restaurants is no restaurant”.

With this in mind, we plotted how different spaces ranging from traditional restaurants to prepared meal delivery to chefs on-demand that are all competing to feed consumers relate to each other on the premise of convenience and time to meal.


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