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Kendamil has announced that it is set to become the first international manufacturer to import infant formula to the US during shortage crisis.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has hinted that gene-editing legislation could be passed in the UK sooner than many anticipated, with stresses caused by the Ukraine crisis cited as a potential reason.
Nature, net zero and food security: New Food’s Abi Sritharan shares some of the key takeaways from The Soil Association’s agroecology-focused conference.
Commentators in the BMJ journal say accepting gifts from the alcohol industry goes against what the Foundation stands for as it sells products that impact consumer health.
MP Lee Anderson is called “out of touch” after making another controversial claim; this time about food banks and the people that use them.
Following on from the FSA’s update to its public CBD list which saw 1,700 new products added, New Food spoke to Paul Tossell of the FSA and Dr Paul Duffy of ACI to shed a little light on the decisions made so far and next steps.
Attorneys Angela Spivey and Alan Pryor discuss the top trends in alcohol beverage litigation in the US and what those trends reveal about best practices for alcohol producers, to lessen their exposure and strengthen their defences.
Supermarkets offering fresh food trim childhood obesity rates in New York City, according to a new research study.
Christophe Barnouin, CEO at Ecotone - home to such brands as Clipper Teas, Whole Earth and Kallo - explains how the industrial food model is damaging the natural world and ways we can turn the tide.
The World Health Organization has published its latest report on obesity, highlighting the impact that it is having on European countries.