Fish oil could save €13bn a year in EU healthcare costs

More widespread regular consumption of Omega 3 supplements could save healthcare systems and providers in the EU a total of €12.9 billion a year,...

Innovation partnership to enhance food quality and safety

A new 3-year Innovation Partnership programme in food quality and safety has been launched at University College Dublin (UCD). The €1.7 million Enterprise Ireland and...

Revision is ongoing for ISO 22000 on food safety management

After a decade of service, ISO 22000, the International Standard for food management systems, is undergoing a complete modification to bring it up to...

Healthy ageing tops the agenda for nutraceutical companies

Healthy ageing is the single most important health category in the global nutraceutical market, according to a survey conducted for the Vitafoods Europe Conference...

FDA to withdraw approval of swine drug due to safety concerns

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has taken the first step toward rescinding its approval of the use of...

Trace One research reveals 75% increase in food allergy related hospitalisations

The British food industry needs to be ready for an explosion in food allergies, Trace One has warned. Following a series of Freedom of Information...

UK sugar tax may only reinforce consumer desire for low-calorie soft...

The UK government’s announcement of a new sugar tax on soft drinks, to be introduced in April 2018, may only serve to underpin the...

Quick hygiene test for the brewing industry

Lesley Foulkes and James Berrow, Langham Brewery’s partners, attribute much of the small independent microbrewery’s success in producing quality beer to maintaining a high...

British Water backs association set up to fight FOG

A frontline organisation for contractors battling with fats, oil and grease (FOG) in commercial and industrial kitchens has been set up in association with...

Tristone backs call for compulsory food hygiene ratings

Leading kitchen surface expert Tristone Surfaces has backed calls for hygiene ratings in England to become compulsory sooner rather than later. In Wales, all...

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