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19 August 2019 | By
Shifting consumer preferences are causing producers and manufacturers to rethink current strategies.
Sockeye Salmon Caviar is being recalled because it has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum.
The FDA tested romaine lettuce samples grown in the Yuma region after the E.coli outbreak in 2018 which killed five people.
Four organisations representing farmers and conservationists have challenged EPA's approval of the pesticide, XtendiMax.
Researchers are calling for government guidelines on food labelling to be amended after finding many misinterpret the information.
The FDA is amending regulations to provide for the safe use of soy leghemoglobin as a colour additive.
Validated by the Science Based Targets Initiative, Stonyfield Organic has set a goal of 30 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2030.
Farmers are recognising the financial benefits of getting cattle away sooner and focusing on processor specifications.
Despite unfavorable lawsuits about growing industrial hemp in the US, North America will command the industrial hemp market.
The UK food industry has requested from the government that it waive aspects of competition law after a no-deal Brexit.
In this article, Nick Allen, CEO of BMPA, looks at all the factors up and down the supply chain that are creating a perfect storm for beef prices.