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A new report shows a significant reduction in sales of antibiotics for farm animals in Europe between 2011 and 2018.
The largest certifier of UK organic land, OF&G (Organic Farmers & Growers), has stated that a holistic, cohesive approach is needed to redress the balance between productivity and thriving wildlife – both of which are essential to secure a sustainable and healthy system.
New research into the habits and preferences of Generation Z consumers suggests macadamias are ideally placed to satisfy the appetite of this new market.
A newly developed facility looks to safeguard important crop microbiome research and enable sustainable production of six major food crops in UK.
Chicken processor Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation has agreed to pay $110.5 million in a plea agreement over price fixing.
New Food’s weekly roundup of food recalls in North America and Europe finds salmonella to be the main culprit in Canada.
The UK’s largest supermarket chain Tesco has announced its decision to suspend its current supply of avocados from Kakuzi, amid allegations of human rights abuse in its plantation in Kenya.
Last night, UK MPs voted against the House of Lords’ amendments to the Agriculture Bill, which were included to protect post-Brexit food standards.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization advocates a widespread transition to agro-ecological farming in order to meet the 2030 Sustainable Development goals. But we can only achieve this if we change the way we educate the next generation of farmers and producers, writes Caroline Aitken.
BfR Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Germany has published a notice highlighting that caution should be employed when consuming smoked or cured fish to guard against contracting listeriosis.
Possible pathogen contamination remains a key cause for cautionary recalls in the UK, USA and Canada.
With the European Parliament’s failure to decide on the legality of vegan ‘sausages’ or ‘burgers’, the European livestock sector is launching the campaign, ceci n’est pas un steak.