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'Digest': Latest Crop & Food Research news

Latest Crop & Food Research news is in our newsletter...

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It features:
* Leading food innovation for economic transformation
* Research and management strengths support new focus for Crop & Food Research
* Functional ingredient in foods and drinks selling worldwide
* New food concepts research leader
* Baking industry boosted by research
* Benefits of quality wheat flow through economy
* Strong growth in cereal-based food exports
* Enhancing feed crops for meat and dairy production
* Reducing pest control costs for grain production
* Leading role at international edible fungi conference
* Making red lilies bloom earlier for Christmas markets
* Fresh vegetable innovator takes top award
* Potato growers invest in future capability
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