Research has suggested that prescribed burning may not be as damaging as previously thought, and could protect against more severe ecosystem damage.
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Experts in Scotland reported their findings after using EU data to perform a risk assessment.
New research has suggested rational behaviour is not the only thing that keeps Russians from throwing away food - many food-handling practices have been shaped by socio-cultural factors, including the gastronomic trauma suffered in times of famine and scarcity.
Rules in British Columbia that 'discriminate' between how foreign and local wines can be sold in grocery stores have earned the ire of the Trump Administration.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee last week launched an inquiry into the government's promotion and marketing of British food and drink.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into promoting and marketing British food and drink.
The latest steps to boost consumer health follow the store becoming the first to ban the sale of energy drinks to under-16s, a move which was quickly replicated by many supermarkets.
A company that supplies meat to schools, care homes, pubs and restaurant chains has been ordered to stop sending out produce after a unannounced inspection uncovered food hygiene problems at a midlands plant.
Four months after ruby chocolate joined dark, milk and white as a type of natural chocolate, the first new entry for 80 years, it has been scooped up by chocolate giant Nestlé.
“Why charge consumers 25p a cup when the industry is willing to provide funding for recycling?” – Executive Director of the Foodservice Packaging Association.