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5 February 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Among the raft of trade announcements that emerged from UK Prime Minister Theresa May's China trip comes the news that Scotch whisky has had its trademark renewed, protecting sales in the world's largest spirit market.
25 January 2018 | By Daniel Birchmore (New Food)
A company that supplies meat to schools, care homes, pubs and restaurant chains has been ordered to stop sending out produce after a unannounced inspection uncovered food hygiene problems at a midlands plant.
22 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
A trade body representing the food and drink industry in the UK has issued guidance tailored to helping food manufacturers make sense of comparative nutrition claims.
19 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
The divisive subject of chlorinated chicken sits alongside hormone-treated beef and brominated vegetable oil in a food charity's top ten risks of a US trade deal.
18 January 2018 | By OAL
Discover how OAL are using the very latest in artificial intelligence technology to protect brands from costly human errors in the food manufacturing industry at Empack 2018, a show dedicated to the future of packaging technology...
17 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Space is fast running out at New Food's second Food Fraud conference on March 1, an event where we bring together scientists and food industry experts to discuss a crime that costs food and beverage industry as much as $12 billion each year.
15 January 2018 | By Fera Science Limited
A new approach to gelatine testing...
12 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Among the actions outlined is a pledge to eliminate all avoidable waste by 2050 and all avoidable plastic waste by end of 2042.
10 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
With 26 countries now either imposing or soon to be imposing a sugar tax, medics in Australia are calling for nation's Government to follow suit.
9 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Samples of chicken of varying national origin were taken from 37 different establishments in France and tested for compliance with European water-content regulation.
9 January 2018 | By Daniel Birchmore (New Food)
“Why charge consumers 25p a cup when the industry is willing to provide funding for recycling?” – Executive Director of the Foodservice Packaging Association.
8 January 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Lack of clarity in the definition of Xue Yu and difficulty in identifying the fish once it has been prepared may have contributed to widespread mislabelling.
4 January 2018 | By Agilent
With seafood and aquaculture being the most valuable and highest traded commodity in the world, it’s an industry which inevitably is the most susceptible to fraud...