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The University of Maryland has been given $41 million by the FDA to research food-related illnesses and develop a public health policy.
A UK fish seller has been sentenced to over five years in prison for pressuring elderly people into buy unwanted fish which was often unsafe to eat.
Get the latest recall news from the UK and US with this week’s Recall Roundup, including Listeria monocytogenes, metal contaminants and undeclared allergens.
Get the latest recall news from the UK, US and Canada, including several cases of Listeria monocytogenes and undeclared allergens.
MSC reveals that US consumers are altering their diets for environmental reasons, as climate change continues to affect people around the world.
Read our latest round up of recalls in the UK, US and Canada, including undeclared milk, Listeria Monocytogenes and potential Clostridium Botulinum.
New Food’s Bethan Grylls reports on the expertise aired at Future Food-Tech last week, as the global panel looked to answer whether technology can prevent us from the on-coming food security disaster.
More than 300 adolescents have had their ability to pay attention analysed in relation to two polyunsaturated fatty acids in a new Barcelona-based study – and the results are interesting.
A UK fish seller from Trawler Fresh Limited has been jailed for eight months at Teesside Crown Court after an investigation by National Trading Standards.
Read our latest roundup of recalls impacting the UK and US, including several allergens and sulphites not being included on labels and a case of Listeria monocytogenes.
Shekhar Kadam and Angelica Schiavone of Kerry Group explore the wonderful world of enzymes and explain how these biological catalysts can contribute to a sustainable food and drink industry.
In his third column, Sepe Sehati paints a picture of how the Japanese health care is benefiting from a well-thought-out, joined-up regulatory approach to food as medicine.