“As the consequences of a no-deal exit from the EU become ever clearer, it is vital that, to protect the interests of shoppers and consumers, the government must deliver a deal with the EU”: Ian Wright, FDF.
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Food industry figures in the UK had praised the Government's whitepaper for prioritising friction-free trade before President Trump's interview in The Sun.
Making a future for heritage grains, cereals grown by robots, without direct human intervention, and greater food supply chain assurance, provided by blockchain technology, are the three big ideas behind this year’s contenders for the BBC Farming Today Future Food Award.
Food manufacturers planning to automate their production systems should learn the lesson of the car industry in the 1980s: that it pays to share information, Mike Wilson, Chairman of the British Automation & Robot Association (BARA), tells New Food's Anna Lambert in this exclusive audio interview.
The Food Industry Intelligence Network (FIIN) helps to beat food fraud by sharing information more effectively, says its co-chair Helen Sisson in this video interview filmed at New Food’s Food Fraud 2018 conference.
The penalties for food and drink fraud are “absolutely not sufficient” to match the nature and seriousness of the crime, says Professor Chris Elliott, in this exclusive video interview, filmed at New Food’s Food Fraud Conference in London earlier this month.
Food Fraud 2018 chairman Professor Chris Elliott's opening remarks set out the scale of the growing global food fraud threat.