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2012 in food science: Is phosphorus the new trans-fat? HFCS, GMOs, organics, gluten sensitivity and measuring calories...

By Elaine WATSON , 21-Dec-2012

From new research into the relationship between excess dietary phosphorus and the risk of cardiovascular disease to questions over the accuracy of how we currently measure calories, 2012 was an action packed year in the field of food research.  Check out this FoodNavigator-USA picture gallery of highlights.

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reThinkFood conference; cultured meat, IBM's Chef Watson

reThinkFood highlights: From IBM's Chef Watson to steak chips (minus the bull)

What’s for dinner tonight? And could Watson - the IBM computer that trounced its human rivals at...

Innova top ten food trends 2015

Innova predicts top ten food trends for 2015

Innova says that transparency in labelling, new protein sources and a focus on texture are among the...

Nielsen: Global snacks consumer data

Who is the global snacker?

Close to $400bn is spent annually on snacks worldwide, but who is the global snacker and what...

FNCE 2014 highlights part two: RDIs based on your genotype? Hummus 2.0

FNCE 2014 highlights part two: RDIs based on your genotype? Hummus 2.0, Nutrition Facts in transition, & a metagenomic MyPlate?

FoodNavigator-USA brings you part two of our gallery of highlights from the 2014 Food & Nutrition Conference...

FNCE 2014 highlights part 1: Protein red hot, fermentation on fire

FNCE 2014 highlights part one: Protein still red hot, fermentation on fire, and why self-discipline won’t defeat obesity

We’ve never had access to more information about how to get healthy. So why are two thirds...

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