With growing consumer demand for seaweed in European countries, Jens J Sloth and Susan L Holdt of the Technical University of Denmark explain why the lack of seaweed regulation is an immediate concern, and how laboratories should prepare for new legislation.
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The AWI says Boar’s Head does not meet a high enough standard of animal care to warrant "humanely raised” claims, yet the cold meat supplier does adhere to industry guidelines.
Arun Chauhan and Esther Phillips outline the dangers cybercrime poses to the food industry and ask whether businesses are truly prepared for a criminal attack.
Proposed legislation by the European Commission would limit the health claims that certain food products can make – something ESSNA claims would harm the sports nutrition industry.
The BMPA claims the UK Government has made it “doubly difficult” to recruit new butchers as a result of Brexit and a lack of funding for education courses.
Pesticide residues in food can cause a number of adverse health effects. Using GCxGC-TOFMS, you can determine exactly what residues are in your food.
Robin May, Chief Scientific Advisor at The Food Standards Agency (FSA), discusses DEFRA’s consultation into the regulation of genetic technologies and urges the public’s participation in the scheme.
The US EPA has approved two treatments to combat citrus diseases in the country, sparking fierce criticism from some.
UN Special Envoy to the 2021 Food Systems Summit Dr Agnes Kalibata has urged European governments to listen to farmers and other workers in order to change the global food industry for the better.
Mealworms have been approved for human consumption by the EFSA, which could help insect-based foods flourish within the EU.