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The demand for food manufacturers to go above and beyond when it comes to ensuring the safety of their product has never been higher. Eoghan Daly, Senior Manager, Forensic and Counter Fraud Services, Crowe Clark Whitehill tells us more.
1 November 2017 | By New Food
Back in 2002 the then US Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld was roundly mocked for his infamous “known unknowns and unknown unknowns speech.” Though most people could understand what Rumsfeld was trying to say, the public simply wasn’t ready for the way he said it. It turns out that the…
A general consensus agrees that food less than 400 miles from its origin, or within state boundaries, qualifies as locally grown. Allison Stowell, Megan Majeski and Kitty Broihier, explain why buying local produce is good for you, the environment and the economy.
27 September 2017 | By Frederikke Magnussen
Our devotion to plastic convenience is coming back to bite us. It is time for action, says Frederikke Magnussen, co-founder of A Plastic Planet, before it's too late.
8 September 2017 | By Sean Crossey | Associate Digital Marketing Analyst | Arc-Net
Could Brexit mean strengthening local supply networks, boosting ethical standards and bringing the consumer and their farmer back together? Sean Crossey, Digital Marketing Analyst with Arc-Net explores the opportunities in the future for Britain's farmers.
29 August 2017 | By Alice Fotheringham | Nutritional Therapist and Co-founder | Piccolo
Many of our lifelong eating behaviours develop during the first few years of childhood. It is through actual experiences with food as well as watching the eating behaviours of others that children learn about what they want, and how much they want to eat. Alice Fotheringham, registered Nutritional Therapist &…