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Sugar is moving up social and political agendas, handing an advantage to those companies that are already adapting to a more sugar-constrained industry.
Although the COP24 yielded worryingly few advances, there are still glimmers of hope for climate change progress.
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With artificial intelligence expected to infiltrate almost every aspect of modern life within a generation, we look at some of the most meaningful changes it is likely to bring about.
We ask leading experts, including Schroders fund manager John Bowler, what the food and pharmaceutical industries are doing to counter the challenge of increased resistance to antibiotics.