This week's recall roundup features a major recall from Lyons Magnus thanks to a possible microbial contamination.
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Health and hygiene are global issues that require multinational co-operation, which Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute plans to deliver at its inaugural event.
The latest Food and You 2 survey results have been released by the Food Standards Agency, and the results indicate a tough landscape for consumers.
Globally recognised certifier BRCGS has launched its latest standard - Global Standard Food Safety Issue 9 - which provides guidance on the production of safe, authentic and legal food.
A new study has found that the TfL’s ban on advertising HFSS foods has made a huge dent in obesity numbers and is expected to save the NHS £218 million over the lifetime of the current population. But not everyone's so sure....
The USDA has revealed the scope of the new scheme, which will award up to $400 million worth of non-competitive contracts to local producers to help ease food insecurity in California.
New Food hears from some of the premier experts in the US food and beverage industry and the innovative solutions they are finding for the obstacles presented in 2022.
Are TikTok users, especially children, unwittingly becoming brand ambassadors for unhealthy food and beverage products? Researchers behind a new BMJ study think so.
The UK is precariously vulnerable to African Swine Fever, the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) has revealed, after more cases were detected in western Europe.
The FSA has been ordered to make changes to the way it presents information on charges for meat control services required for cross-border trade.
It’s long been said that sweetened beverage taxes create an unfair burden on lower-income households, but new research from the University of Washington suggests otherwise.