The Horticultural Quality and Food Loss Network (HortQFLNet) is jointly led by the University’s Professor Carol Wagstaff and Cranfield University’s Professor Leon A. Terry.
We are seeking people aged 65 years or older to help us test eNutri, a Web-based app that aims to record accurate information about what people eat and drink. You…Read More >
This survey forms part of a research study within Food and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Reading. The aim is to investigate consumer perception of insect-based food products. Follow…Read More >
When I tell people about what I do for a living (a food scientist), I invariably get the same reaction. A roll of eyes and criticism about how the problem…Read More >
The UK’s decision to leave the EU is seen by the Government as an opportunity to reform UK agricultural land policy. Researchers from the University of Reading and the University…Read More >
Every year about 30% of the total food produced in the world for human consumption is lost or wasted both at food supply chain and consumption level, corresponding to approximately…Read More >
Eating apples for a healthier heart, the links between tropical and European weather and how digital publishing has changed design of the written word are among the research topics that…Read More >
Chronic disease, low income, depression, difficulty in cooking for themselves or in getting to the shops are all contributing to poor nutrition in the elderly. Reading PhD student and dietician…Read More >
Reading flavour expert Dr Jane Parker sniffs out some little known truths about our noses in a new post for The Conversation.
Armed with a quad bike, chopped vegetables and some giant pollen grains, Reading academics took sensory-themed research to the public at the Berkshire Show on 21 – 22 September. Here…Read More >