Cover Story: Food is getting smarter

Emmet Ryan spoke to Dr Richard Murphy of Alltech to find out how technology plays a role in all levels of food science.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
4th May, 2014
Alltech has made some major renovations since moving into its facility in Dunboyne.

Alltech has made some major renovations since moving into its facility in Dunboyne. The food science giant took over a site that was previously a meat-rendering plant, now it's at the cutting edge of the point where food meets technology. Half of the 33,000 square foot facility is dedicated to Alltech's research.

''Our key focuses here are on how our products work and why our products work, so we're very interested in how that happens and...

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