Make a clean sweep with Teknomek’s new anti-bacterial cleaning range

Teknomek has introduced a new range of anti-microbial cleaning tools designed to minimise the risk from of cross contamination. The new products include brooms, deck...

Food safety culture service launches for food manufacturers

Instinctif Partners is launching a service for the food industry designed to enhance food safety culture, putting driving cultural and individual behavioural change in...

UK sugar tax has ‘little impact’ on consumer behaviour

There has been a limited impact on consumer behaviour in the four months since the introduction of the UK’s sugar tax, Nielson says. 62% of...

Processing equipment made safer with cooking oil coating

Researchers from the University of Toronto have discovered a cheap, safe and effective means of preventing bacteria growth in food processing equipment. Their simple solution...

326 businesses hit by sugar tax, HMRC figures reveal

326 soft drinks manufacturers have been hit by the sugar tax according to HMRC figures. The Soft Drinks Industry Levy was introduced on April 6...

DSM launch acrylamide-reduction solution for food makers

A new solution from nutrition and health specialists Royal DSM will enable food makers to reduce acrylamide in high-PH applications including crisps, biscuits and...

Hillbrush launches new Anti-Microbial Cleaning Tools Range

Hillbrush is proud to announce the launch of a new colour range of Anti-Microbial cleaning tools for the food manufacturing and healthcare industries. Established in...

Asian food businesses big on food safety, failing on antibiotics

The majority of meat, fish and dairy suppliers are failing to manage critical business risks such as greenhouse gas emissions and antibiotic use, according...

Food safety standard updated to serve evolving supply chain

Business standards company BSI has published the revised international standard for food safety management. ISO 22000:2018 Food safety management systems – requirements for any organisation...

Antibiotic usage down in British poultry meat sector

Antibiotic usage has fallen 82% among the British poultry meat sector over the last six years, according to the British Poultry Council (BPC). According to...

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