Microbiome Digest, June 11, 2021
New research by Riley Hughes, Cindy Davis, Ph.D, Ed.D., Alexandra Lobach and Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD, et al., suggests there is no clear evidence that low-calorie sweeteners harm the gut microbiome, but more studies are warranted.
Food Processing May 25, 2021
Collaboration and sharing of data can improve food safety for all. Industry and policy makers know food safety requires growers, processors and distributors to deliver safe food. That means food safety training and capacity building have to be effective.
EBioTrade March 30, 2021
Approximately 6 million people in the U.S. suffer from peanut allergies. Even a small amount of peanut protein can cause hives, itching, mouth irritation, shortness of breath or nausea. For people with peanut allergies, this food-induced allergic reaction can require treatment.
FoodSafety Magazine March 26, 2021
People with allergies and parents of children with allergies often have to rely on food labels that offer little-to-no precautions about the presence of proteins causing the allergy in foodstuffs or processing facilities.