Middle East and North Africa (MENA)-based F&B start-ups received US$20 million in funding, and clinched 8% of deals in H1 2019, amidst findings that investor interest in the region’s food and beverage sector is on the rise.
Dietary greenshell mussel intake can reduce the incidence or slow the progression of early metabolic-associated osteoarthritis (MetOA), according to a new study funded by New Zealand’s national High Value Nutrition programme.
An expert panel has identified that interventions based on biomarkers and disease prevention need to be the key priority areas for the nutritional scientific community to promote healthy ageing as the number of seniors in APAC soars.
E-commerce is increasingly dominating the world of food and beverage, as consumers continue to flock online, but what does the future have in store for retail, logistics, payment systems and the growing demand for personalisation?
South Australia’s reputation for being Australia’s epicurean centre is getting a boost, with spirits distilling now making a name for itself in the state, in addition to the wineries that first brought it that distinction.
The potential for probiotics and prebiotics to deliver significant benefits to people suffering from chronic kidney conditions, and the emerging science behind the gut-kidney axis, will be the subject of a keynote presentation at our forthcoming Probiota...
Disputes over food products made online are accounting for a staggering 73% of all cases heard at China’s second Internet Court in Beijing, which was established to protect business transactions, personal information, and intellectual property online.
Thailand, Indonesia and India will experience rapid growth in the online grocery sector, although they are coming from such a low base that it will only account for market shares of 2.8%, 1.5%, and 1.2% respectively by 2023.