The EU and New Zealand have struck a “new generation of trade deal”, but not everybody is happy with the policies included in the package.
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This week's recall roundup features a gastrointestinal pathogen alert, as well as foreign object recalls and undeclared allergen alerts.
Consumers are opting for ingestible skincare products as they look for a more rounded approach to their health and nutrition, with the condition of their skin right at the top of the pile of considerations.
Little Caesars is looking to expand in the state of Hawaii and it is placing veterans at the centre of its project on the islands as it seeks investors.
Arla Ingredients has identified three different groups of people when it comes to protein and nutrition, each with different desires and needs around the food they eat.
Archaeologists have discovered a site in southern France that could provide a very important lesson for farmers of today when it comes to battling pests.
Wiltshire Farm Foods has apologised for the disruption caused by the cyber-attack, and has vowed to get services up and running as soon as possible.
High use of antibiotics on pig farms is believed to be behind the emergence of the dangerous superbug, which the WHO has called a major threat to human health.
Sweet Victory is developing a chewing gum that it says will stop you craving a sweet hit by blocking sugar receptors on the tongue.
The two UK food standards authorities have identified the biggest risks to food safety, but overall they conclude that food standards have been maintained despite the challenges of the past 18 months.
Scientists are diving deep into the cells of our brains to discover what keeps us awake at night – and food may have a vital role to play; whilst Africa reaches a major food milestone. Inside June 2022’s Ingredients In-depth Focus: ETH Zurich’s Denis Burdakov explores the relationship between neuroscience…
The investment will, according to Kroger, create hundreds of jobs and enable the firm to expand its manufacturing abilities in the Ohioan town.