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A joint statement on behalf of the UK meat processing industry has outlined how the no-deal Brexit temporary tariff plan will have consequences for suppliers.
The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has raided food and beverage production sites and seized thousands of kilograms worth of adulterated or ‘unsafe’ products.
A Federal Court has ruled that an Army Corps permit has failed to protect clean water and sufficiently assess cumulative environmental impacts.
Ed Macnair, the CEO of Censornet, outlines five top tips on how food and beverage businesses can keep tighter control of their data while undergoing digital transformation.
As part of an exploration into Brexit and future agricultural policy, Head of Policy at SFT, Honor Eldridge, has detailed what the future might hold for Welsh farming post-Brexit.
In her parting report, the CMO has called for action against junk food, including a ban on eating and drinking on public transport, in a bid to tackle obesity.
Peter Hardwick, BMPA Policy Advisor, joined a panel discussion on BBC Radio Ulster’s ‘Inside Business’ to discuss the implications of Brexit for Irish food businesses.
The government has published an update to the UK’s temporary tariff regime for a no-deal Brexit, but the FDF's Policy Manager warns that it will be "catastrophic."
The World Trade Organization has approved US levies worth $7.5 billion on EU imports.
New Food attended the Pukka Herb event ‘Before we really need antibiotics, what are the healthy alternatives?’ to discover how natural options might help secure the future of antibiotics.