The UK is the country that “has the most exciting, diverse and innovative food scene”, according to a new report.
In an infographic, the National Centre for Food Science and Technology (NCFS) said the UK was ranked as the second-fastest growing food sector in the UK with a “food-for-all” vision.
The report was released alongside the launch of a new NUS student food journal, The Food Lab, which features food from around the world.
“The UK is one of the most dynamic food hubs in the western world,” said the report’s co-author, Professor Joanna O’Brien.
The National Centre, a private, non-profit organisation, aims to advance the science and technology of food and nutrition, and is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). “
What we’ve been doing is giving students the chance to come and learn about food from all over the world.”
The National Centre, a private, non-profit organisation, aims to advance the science and technology of food and nutrition, and is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID).
It aims to build a more sustainable food system by promoting local and sustainable farming and food production, and creating a new generation of food entrepreneurs and producers.
It also works to promote sustainable development by improving access to nutritious food for the poorest people in the developed world.
It was founded by the former UK minister of education, Simon Coveney, who launched it in 2006, and was the first to publish a comprehensive food index for the UK in the mid-1990s.
The UK ranked 16th on the World Health Organisation’s Global Status Report for 2013, and 16th in the World Economic Forum’s 2016 global rankings.
The National Center also has the UK as one of only two countries that does not have a national dietitian in charge of nutrition research, the report said.
“Our focus has always been on the quality of food, not just on the quantity or quantity of food,” said co-founder Prof Andrew O’Leary.
“It’s really important that we get that right across.”