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Future Food

SLU Future Food focuses on Swedish food production and food in a wide sense, both animal and vegetable products. Several aspects are covered, from soil use and primary production to processing, consumption and residual products.


Det finns 341 sidor som är taggade med SLU Future Food:

Consumers react negatively on the term "biotechnology"

Labeling of food should be combined with efforts to reduce confusion about what the terms, used in the label, mean. This applies not least to the term ”biotechnology”. In a recently published study

Consumers react negatively on the term "biotechnology"

Labeling of food should be combined with efforts to reduce confusion about what the terms, used in the label, mean. This applies not least to the term ”biotechnology”. In a recently published study

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After declining for several decades, world hunger is increasing again. Today, on the World Food Day, Swedish researchers want to encourage collaboration and showcase solutions to reduce hunger and

Biodiversity provides higher crop yields

A high diversity of different pollinators and other beneficial organisms in an agricultural landscape leads to a greater harvest. This is shown in an extensive international study where researchers

Biodiversity provides higher crop yields

A high diversity of different pollinators and other beneficial organisms in an agricultural landscape leads to a greater harvest. This is shown in an extensive international study where researchers

Crickets – protein-rich food on your plate

In the future, the Swedish House cricket might be a dish served all over the world, thanks to SLU research that was inspired by global development work. There is great interest in protein-rich foods,

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After declining for several decades, world hunger is increasing again. Today, on the World Food Day, Swedish researchers want to encourage collaboration and showcase solutions to reduce hunger and

Slow muscles give Korean native pigs their tasty pork

In South Korea, the unique Korean Native Black Pig is known for its red, marbled and good tasting meat. Now, an international research team has shown that this pig breed has a gene variant that is

Slow muscles give Korean native pigs their tasty pork

In South Korea, the unique Korean Native Black Pig is known for its red, marbled and good tasting meat. Now, an international research team has shown that this pig breed has a gene variant that is

Act with good conscience - good food for health and animals

Act with good conscience - good food for health and animals

Act with good conscience - good food for health and animals josefina.zidar@slu.se   On October 24, 2019, the Swedsh Center for Animal Welfare, SCAW, is organizing a seminar on procurement focusing

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