Health and hygiene are global issues that require multinational co-operation, which Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute plans to deliver at its inaugural event.
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Research has identified that the ‘corn belt’ region in the US will likely experience increased problems with aflatoxins in the near future, calling for remedial measures to head off the problem.
The British Nutrition Foundation has announced its intention to mark its tenth Healthy Eating Week by making it the biggest and best subscribed yet.
Further restrictions on UK shoppers are in place after Tesco was reported to be the third supermarket to limit sales of cooking oil.
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Researchers in the United States have confirmed the prevalent belief that a Mediterranean style diet can help protect against heart diseases.
The UK farming sector is calling for urgent support from the UK Government to bolster its capacity for sustainable business operation in the absence of standards equivalence in trade deals.
At least one hundred children in Finland have been hospitalised due to Salmonella poisoning, according to Yle news.
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a rare but potentially serious inherited disorder that calls for a strictly controlled diet. Groups are calling on the food industry to be more sensitive to the critical needs of these and other food-restricted consumers when it comes to labelling.
In a bid to promote transparency in the firm’s supply chain, the major US food company is trialling the capability for consumers to see precisely where the main ingredient in their Triscuit cracker comes from.
Ivy Farm Technologies, an Oxford University spin-out, has revealed lofty ambitions to become the first commercial producer of sustainable, cultured meat in the UK, thanks to its unique technology.
New study highlights the global regions that will be most affected by climate change – and worryingly, they are those least capable of adapting.