Food Hydrocolloids for Health, Volume 2, 2022, 100058
Food coating using vegetable sources: importance and industrial potential, gaps of knowledge, current application, and future trends
Applied Food Research, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2022, 100073
International Women's day is celebrated every year on 8 March and this year's theme is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”, recognizing the contribution of women and girls around the world, who are leading the charge on climate change adaptation, mitigation, and response, to build a more sustainable future for all. Elsevier has collated a freely available special issue of book chapters and journal articles to celebrate and highlight International Women's Day.
Elsevier, LWT, Volume 156, 15 February 2022
Shiitake mycelium fermentation improves digestibility, nutritional value, flavor and functionality of plant proteins.
Agricultural land systems importance for supporting food security and sustainable development goals: A systematic review
Science of the Total Environment, Volume 806, 1 February 2022
This paper presents a literature review, describing the main research fields in agricultural land systems and their linkage with SDG 2, 3, and 15, namely the discrepancy in the percentage of publications by research field emphasizes the need for future studies to fulfil this gap because each domain has a vital role in providing knowledge to food security and the SDGs
Elsevier, European Management Journal, Volume , 2022
Responding to discontinuities in product-based service supply chains in the COVID-19 pandemic: Towards transilience
Purpose: In this study, we identify and characterise how organisations have responded, in ways ranging from restoration to radical change, to discontinuities in their product-based service (PBS) suppl
Fruits and vegetables are responsible for about 22% of food losses and wastes along the supply chain (not including the retail level).
Elsevier, LWT, Volume 154, 15 January 2022
Agriculture's Ethical Horizon (Third Edition), 2022, Pages 1-15
This book chapter advances SDGs 2, 12, and 15 by explaining how those engaged in agriculture must begin to examine and expand agriculture’s ethical horizon—the full range or widest limit of our perception, interest, appreciation, knowledge, and experience. It is necessary to explore agriculture’s intellectual horizon, because our unexamined, ethical position, may limit what agriculture’s ethical horizon defines. This book will encourage those involved in all phases of the agricultural enterprise to initiate and continue discussion of agriculture’s ethical foundation.