Food Research

Some articles on food research, food, research, foods:

Leatherhead Food International
... Leatherhead Food Research, (known as Leatherhead Food International or LFI until June 2009) is a food research organisation in the town of Leatherhead, Surrey, England, with a history of over 90 years ... Founded in 1919, to support the global food and drink sectors in Marketing, Technical analysis and research through to market data and regulatory guidance ... The Leathehead Food Research regulatory advisory service covers 100 countries and is available in 25 different languages ...
Teagasc Colleges and Research Centres
... College Warrenstown Horticultural College (closed in 2009) Pallaskenry Agricultural College Food Research Centres Moorepark Food Research Centre, Fermoy, Co Cork ... functional foods, dairy, food ingredients and formulated foods and beverages) Ashtown Food Research Centre (food product innovation, quality and safety, meat ...
Public Sector Organisations In New Zealand - State Sector - State Services Departments - Crown Entities - Crown Research Institutes (CRIs)
... principal campuses) AgResearch (New Zealand Pastoral Agriculture Research Institute Limited) (Ruakura, Hamilton) Crop Food Research (New Zealand Institute ... Fund New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Radio New Zealand Television New Zealand Crown Research Institutes (CRIs) AgResearch ESR GNS Science Industrial Research Limited Landcare Research ...
Plant & Food Research
... Plant Food Research (Māori Rangahau Ahumāra Kai) is a New Zealand Crown Research Institute (CRI) ... formed on 1 December 2008 by merging existing CRIs HortResearch and Crop and Food Research ... The interests of the institute are based in horticulture, arable and seafood research, specifically in the areas of sustainable production, bioprotection, elite genetics intelligent breeding ...

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