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In this week’s recall roundup New Food highlights food recalls in the UK and US including plastic found in grated cheese.
The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment has called on the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation to make further sustainable changes.
UK supermarket giant Tesco has announced the launch of it’s low-carbon fertiliser roll-out to increase food security and decrease its carbon footprint.
A study carried out by the University of Michigan has claimed that one in eight Americans between 50 and 80 show signs of an addiction to food and beverages. Using data from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, the study authors have said that the percentage of those addicted to…
Leading food retailer Lidl GB has committed to investing in the British food industry, promising £4 billion for food businesses throughout 2023.
The FDA has said new regulatory pathway is needed for CBD products so that regulatory oversight can manage food safety risks.
A study has found there to be an eight percent reduction in obesity in girls coinciding with 2018 soft drinks industry levy.
Read our latest recall roundup concerning products in the US and Canada, including a metal object found in a chocolate cake.
A study by Tufts University has found that dollar stores are permeating the food market in the US, especially in rural areas.
Aiming to help reduce potential health effects for babies and children under two, the FDA has announced action levels for lead categories of processed baby foods.