British eggs free from salmonella, FSA confirms

Thirty years following an infamous salmonella scare, the UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has cleared Lion Mark eggs as safe to eat for pregnant...

SEFARI spearhead Scottish food research

The Scottish Environment, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes (Food Matters Live stand 681 - contact info@sefari.scot) is a collective of The James Hutton Institute;...

FSA extends 2 Sisters investigations

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has extended its ongoing investigations to other 2 Sisters poultry plants in England and Wales as the chicken crisis...

2 Sisters suspend operations following food safety allegations

2 Sisters Food Group has suspended operations following an investigation which exposed food safety breaches at its West Midlands site. The Group is one of...

FSA assuage fears amidst Fipronil tests

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and industry are pooling information to identify which egg products contain Fipronil and thus need to be withdrawn. Products will...

Food makers target sugar alternatives in public health push

Retailers and manufacturers are calling on food and drink suppliers to help identify sugar alternatives in a bid to improve public health. The British Retail...

Impossible – FDA refuses meat-free patty

The US Food and Drug Administration has refused to declare Impossible Foods’ flagship patty as safe to eat. This despite the meat-free “burger that bleeds”...

Businessman prosecuted for mixing horsemeat with beef

A businessman who conspired to defraud customers by selling meat products labelled 100% beef despite containing horsemeat has been prosecuted. Dinos and Sons owner Andronicos...

Member States back EC plan to reduce acrylamide in food

The European Commission’s plan to reduce acrylamide in food has been given a major endorsement after Member States voted in favour of the proposal. Once...

Illegal horse meat sellers dismantled as police zone in

For an industry still feeling the ripple effects of the horse meat scandal, news that an organised crime group trading horsemeat in Europe has...

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