The rising number of leisure businesses going bust is continuing food fraud problems, says industry insider, and butchers are paying the price.
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WHO has called for further assessment of microplastics in the environment and a reduction in plastic pollution.
A new campaign is saying that vital inspections have plummeted which has resulted in British quality standards being under threat.
A new study suggests that Chinese cabbage has its own independent mechanism for flowering.
Scientists have been able to trace sources of lead (and other metals) by analysing the presence of lead isotopes in honey and Pacific salmon.
A new vaccination method for plants has been developed that is based on a molecular defence program of plants that is triggered by viral infections.
Pathogenic bacteria in some apple-packing facilities may be protected by harmless bacteria that are known for their ability to form biofilms.
A new 'butter' formulation has been developed that is approximately one-fourth the calories of regular butter.
A new global survey has found that the UK has the healthiest packaged foods whilst India had the unhealthiest.
A new report from SACN strengthens the current recommendation that foods high in saturated fat should be eaten less often.
The CFS has filed a lawsuit against the FDA for its "failure to establish a programme to rapidly detect foodborne illness outbreaks".
Experts have highlighted problems with some salt studies and give their own definitive answer for safe levels of salt consumption.
A new report predicts an 18 percent decline in profitability should there be a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Factors such as its low allergenic potential, as well as nutritional and functional advantages, have boosted the pea protein market.
Samples of Texas Tripe raw frozen pet food tested positive for listeria monocytogenes and/or salmonella and the product has been recalled.