The organisation Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics has expressed concern about the Parliamentary refusal to agree to the Agriculture Bill amendments earlier this month, believing that it spells disaster for the future of British food standards.
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The EU has ruled that plant-based burgers and sausages are here to stay, but take a harsher approach with dairy imitation products; New Food provides an update...
A new report shows a significant reduction in sales of antibiotics for farm animals in Europe between 2011 and 2018.
New research published in the Journal of Dairy Science has investigated the possible effects of reducing dairy farming in the United States, finding that balance between nutrient provision and carbon emissions is a fine line to walk.
Researchers in France have demonstrated the domestication process of the mould that’s responsible for the prized Camembert, Penicillum camemberti.
Last night, UK MPs voted against the House of Lords’ amendments to the Agriculture Bill, which were included to protect post-Brexit food standards.
Food products have only seen a three percent reduction in sugar levels, according to a report from Public Health England (PHE).
FSA has released a guide to enable food businesses to identify precisely which products will require new labelling when Natasha’s Law comes into force next year.
Researchers from institutions in Denmark and Ethiopia have formulated a freeze-dried starter culture that camel-milk farmers can use to make safe, fermented milk products.
A new survey undertaken by ingredients firm Griffith Foods has uncovered a growing swathe of alternative protein consumers, or meat reducers, representing huge potential to develop more exciting alternative protein products.
New research has highlighted the potential for gene editing to replicate desirable characteristics in water buffalo, a key livestock in many Asian countries.
Swedish organisation Axfoundation has developed a document designed to ensure responsible animal husbandry and reduce the unnecessary use of antibiotics in livestock.