All news articles for May 27, 2016

'This study will bring together the entire relationship between bacterial viruses and how they can alter the numbers of the good and bad bacteria in the infant gut in a way that has not been assessed before.' iStock.com / leoniepow

Gates Foundation backs African infant microbiota project

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has signed a $100,000 (€89,485) cheque for academics from the University College Cork in Ireland to study the microbiota of infants in developing countries.

The success of hot dogs will be measured by analytics company Quri

Hot dog merchandising effectiveness measured

By Oscar Rousseau

Analytics company Quri has launched a project to measure the success of performance driven merchandising for 14 food items, including hot dogs, across 1,000 Walmart and Target stores in the US. 

10 things food marketers should know about Millennials

10 things food marketers should know about Millennials

By Elaine Watson

Millennials - people born between 1980 and 2000 - are as diverse and hard to pin down as any group of consumers. But they do have certain things in common when it comes to food shopping, according to market researchers...

PODCAST: What makes Millennials tick?

PODCAST: What makes Millennials tick?

By Elaine Watson

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