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21 September 2018 | By New Food
Delegates from DEFRA and AHDB get first-hand insight into the Chinese import market at 16th annual China International Meat Industry Exhibition...
20 September 2018 | By New Food
EFSA's 'Science, Food, Society' conference began yesterday and will run over four days, discussing important food and environment related topics.
19 September 2018 | By PerkinElmer Inc.
Carl Carnagey, founder and CEO of Juniper Analytics, is the first to admit he totally underestimated what it would take for his startup to earn accreditation as an official cannabis testing lab in Oregon back in 2015. The experience, he says, has been daunting...
19 September 2018 | By New Food
Defra's support scheme to reduce the amount of ammonia produced by farming launched today, with expert technical advice and funding being made available.
18 September 2018 | By Daniel Hughes
The potential presence of drug residue contaminants in products destined for human consumption is of increasing importance within the industry, but what are the main challenges posed by this issue? Daniel Hughes has some answers.
18 September 2018 | By Mike Stones
The recent Agriculture Bill will force thousands of farmers to leave agriculture and imperil rural environments, warns Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat’s spokesman for environment, food and rural affairs.
18 September 2018 | By New Food
President Trump has announced new tariffs for imported goods from China, with taxes beginning at 10 per cent, and rising to 25 per cent next year.
17 September 2018 | By New Food
Researchers have identified that China would need to balance air quality, carbon emissions, and water stress before identifying their source of natural gas.
With new corporate reporting requirements coming into effect worldwide, what else can the industry do to combat human rights violations within the supply chain? Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood and Jacob Smit look at the current picture.
10 September 2018 | By New Food
The government has announced a migrant worker scheme, enabling farmers to source labour from outside the EU for six months of the year.
5 September 2018 | By New Food
The state of Missouri has banned the use of the word 'meat' on products not derived from harvested production livestock or poultry.