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In the hustle and bustle of today's world, it's easy to overlook the simple joys of life, like enjoying a meal with loved ones. But for millions around the globe suffering from chewing or swallowing difficulties, the act of eating isn't just a pleasure—it's a challenge. Me...
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Imagine a world where apples become a potent tool in the fight against pre-diabetes, offering a natural, easy to access solution to managing blood glucose levels. Enter Andrew Dare and Richard Edmonds from Plant & Food Research, the visionary minds behind this trans...
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Since COVID there has been a massive increase in interest in new technologies for point-of-care disease detection. Detecting diseases on the spot, where the problem arises, is highly advantageous for managing a potential outbreak and promoting the best possible outcome. ...
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Every year, a staggering 300 tonnes of avocado seeds are discarded into landfills in New Zealand, solely from the operations of the top four avocado oil producers. Meet the founders Rothman Kam and Chris Hill, the visionary minds behind a groundbreaking solution, Avocad...
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Introducing the Sprout Accelerator Autumn24 Cohort. Sprout is proud to announce an exciting group of founders, who are collectively forging new paths to revolutionise the agri and food value chains.Themes such as novel food technologies, sector-disrupting autonomous solution...
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Not all carbon credits are equal. In fact, some are likely to be phantom credits and don’t represent genuine emissions reductions. It’s a huge problem as businesses around the world are attempting to get to carbon zero and might well find themselves in a sticky situation...
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In 2022, the export value of wine traded by New Zealand within the international market stood at around 1.9 billion New Zealand dollars. Like all industries, there are areas where efficiencies can be made, particularly for the winemakers. This is where new Kiwi start-up eNZy...
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Methane belched out by ruminant animals is responsible for 71% of our total agricultural emissions. While there are a number of potential actions to reduce methane emissions, simple and effective solutions are still in high demand.Meet the founder of Ruminexus, Dr Ghader Bas...
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Many young trees in the horticultural industry fail to survive and thrive causing huge losses in orchards and vineyards. A new business is seeking to solve that problem with their precision irrigation and nutrition device that brings trees up to commercial standard at least ...
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It is estimated that by 2030, humanity will be consuming 800 million tonnes of protein each year, that figure is set to double by 2050 where current population estimates we’ll be feeding a population of 10 billion. That’s a lot of protein. Coupled with a capped capacity ...
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