New categorisation of food scares will help protect food chain

Researchers from the University of Surrey have developed a new comprehensive categorisation of food scares, a study in the British Food Journal reports. The food...

Sugar-free drinks don’t aid weight loss, say academics

Sugar-free and diet drinks are often seen as the healthier option, but researchers from Imperial College London have argued that they are no more...

Troy Foods awarded Sword of Honour for health & safety commitment

Troy Foods, the Leeds-based vegetable and salad producer, has been awarded the Sword of Honour by the British Safety Council in recognition of its...

UK bans fatty sugary food advertising to children

In a bid to help protect the health and wellbeing of children, advertising of high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) food and drinks in...

Defra release measures to protect poultry against Avian Flu

The Government Chief Vet has declared a Prevention Zone introducing enhanced biosecurity requirements for poultry and captive birds, helping protect them from a strain...

Damaged salad leaves stimulate salmonella growth

Investigations by University of Leicester microbiologists have revealed that just a small amount of damage to salad leaves can massively stimulate the presence of...

Salt of the Earth reports increase in sales of sodium reduction...

Salt of the Earth reports an increase in sales of sodium reduction solutions in the first half of 2016. The sales of the sodium-reduction and...

New crevice scrub from Vikan improves detail cleaning of floors

To help food & beverage industry customers further improve hygiene through effective cleaning of edges, corners, grouting and narrow spaces, Vikan has launched the...

Vikan launches new hygienic pipe brush

To help food and beverage producers maintain the very highest hygiene standards, Vikan has developed a new 90-mm diameter One-Piece Pipe Brush. The new brush...

Survey finds young children still exceeding sugar recommendation

Children aged 4 to 10 years are consuming more than double the recommended amount of sugar, although consumption of sugary drinks has fallen compared...

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