Australian Native Food and Botanicals (ANFAB), previously operating as ANFIL – Australia Native Food Industry Limited, is the peak national body representing the interests of this rapidly growing sector. ANFAB worked with industry, federal and state governments, and other organisations to determine and prioritise the R&D and market development strategies required to progress the industry, as detailed in this document. The vision? To transform Australia’s native foods and botanicals sector into a globally successful national industry that is culturally inclusive, sustainable, ethical, agile and profitable.
In 20 years, will we swap beef for crickets, 3-D print food or grow leafy greens on vertical farms in our cities? And what will changes in our diet mean for Australia’s agrifood sector? CSIRO’s Kate Langford looks at the trends and reports on key trends in food production and consumer dietary preferences.
Improvements of plant protein functionalities by Maillard conjugation and Maillard reaction products
This review covers recent advances in plant-derived protein modification using Maillard conjugation, including different pretreatments to modify the functionality and bioactivity of plant proteins and their potential uses in practice. An overview of different properties of conjugates and MRPs, including food safety aspects, is given.
Global non-profit and alternative proteins advocate GFI publishes this oft-updated interactive map of the alt-proteins landscape in Asia: major players, trending products, etc, hyperlinked for ease of contact.
AgFunder’s mid-year review of agrifood-tech investment in 2020 takes the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic into account.
AgFunder’s inaugural ASEAN agrifood-tech start-up investment report looks at the categories and investors driving this nascent industry across South-East Asia.
The global adoption of healthy diets from sustainable food systems would safeguard our planet and improve the health of billions, argues the EAT-Lancet Commission in this compelling report.
Capturing the Prize: The A$200 billion opportunity in 2030 for the Australian food and agribusiness sector
This report from the Food and Agribusiness Growth Centre, FIAL, identifies 19 opportunities that could boost the value-addition capability of Australia’s agrifood sector to $200b+ p.a. by 2030.
This discussion, part of North America’s NUTRITION 2020 conference, is focused on recent developments in our understanding of the human gut microbiome.
Game-changing ‘nutritional fingerprinting’ research enables accurate early intervention to combat world’s costliest diseases