Showing reports 1 - 7 of 7 in category Nanofood, Agriculture:

Agricultural, food, and water nanotechnologies for the poor
Source: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) – Publication date: January 2011
There are a number of potential opportunities associated with agricultural, food, and water nanotechnology for the poor, but to achieve such opportunities a number of challenges need to be overcome. This paper first provides a rapid assessment of key technologies that could have a large impact on the poor via increased agricultural productivity, improved food and water safety, and nutrition. Second, it reviews some of the main challenges to their deployment and adoption by the poor. It concludes with a discussion of the potential role of the CGIAR in facilitating the poor?s access to beneficial nanotechnologies.

Down on the Farm: The Impact of Nano-scale Technologies on Food and Agriculture
Source: ETC Group – Publication date: November 2004
Over the next two decades, the impacts of nano-scale convergence on farmers and food will exceed that of farm mechanisation or of the Green Revolution. Converging technologies could reinvigorate the battered agrochemical and agbiotech industries, igniting a still more intense debate - this time over "atomically-modified" foods.

EFSA Guidance on risk assessment of the application of nanoscience and nanotechnologies in the food and feed chain
Source: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) – Publication date: May 2018
The European Food Safety Authority has produced this Guidance on human and animal health aspects of the risk assessment of nanoscience and nanotechnology applications in the food and feed chain. It covers novel foods, food contact materials, food/feed additives and pesticides.

Nanotechnology in Agriculture and Food Production: Anticipated Application
Source: Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies – Publication date: September 2006
Thanks to nanotechnology, tomorrow's food will be designed by shaping molecules and atoms.

Nanotechnology in Food and Agriculture
Source: Nanoforum – Publication date: May 2006
Nanotechnology is predicted to transform the entire food industry, changing the way food is produced, processed, packaged, transported, and consumed. This short report reviews the key aspects of these transformations, highlighting current research in the agrifood industry and what future impacts these may have.

Out of the Laboratory and on to our Plates: Nanotechnology in Food and Agriculture
Source: Friends of the Earth – Publication date: March 2008
This Friends of the Earth's report from March 2008 finds that untested nanotechnology is being used in more than 100 food products, food packaging and contact materials currently on the shelf, without warning or FDA testing.

The Relevance for Food Safety of Applications of Nanotechnology in the Food and Feed Industries
Source: Food Safety Authority of Ireland – Publication date: September 2008
A report has been published by the FSAI on nanotechnology and its potential future applications in food production and food packaging. The report describes the likely benefits for both consumers and manufacturers from nanotechnology but cautions that there is a lack of knowledge about the effects of nanotechnology in the food chain. This knowledge gap needs to be addressed and food safety legislation needs to be strengthened to ensure that the health of Irish consumers is protected.

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