New policy brief that describes hydrothermal technology, a traditional technique for processing whole grains that enhance the nutritional value of the food produced, at the same time improving food companies’ market opportunities.
Check out this online training and learn how to combat hidden hunger using hydrothermal processing of traditional grains.
Food companies have a unique opportunity to reduce hidden hunger by choosing whole grains and hydrothermal processing.
Food demand drives forest conversion into agricultural plantations on a massive scale, leading to widespread biodiversity loss. This has to stop.
What we do now to protect our farmers will have long term implications for food security in the years to come.
The food tech industry currently represents less than 10% of the global GDP but it is expected to grow exponentially in the next few years. What innovations are coming up?
At this year’s Annual Meeting we have followed the nutrition trail to see how better nutrition can unlock sustainability pathways. This post shares the highlights brought by the speakers at our event.
Presentation by Sbatie Lama, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), at the young researchers meeting on multifunctional landscapes, Gothenburg June 7-8, 2016.
Presented by Anna Woodhouse MSc, PhD - SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, at the young researchers meeting on multifunctional landscapes, Gothenburg June 7-8, 2016.
This presentation was held at the international seminar 'Livestock Resources for Food Security in the Light of Climate Change' co-hosted by SIANI and SLU Global in Uppsala on the 11th of March 2016.