This week's recall roundup features a major recall from Lyons Magnus thanks to a possible microbial contamination.
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Health and hygiene are global issues that require multinational co-operation, which Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute plans to deliver at its inaugural event.
Domino’s has been forced to withdraw from Italy after Italians chose locally produced pizza over its more US-friendly menu, with all branches closing down.
The latest Food and You 2 survey results have been released by the Food Standards Agency, and the results indicate a tough landscape for consumers.
Do sweet tea and whiskey mix? Boston Beer Co. and Beam-Suntory will be hoping they do after the two beverage manufacturers launched a new product that does just that.
Broccoli revolutionary Tenderstem has partnered up with Action Against Hunger and a local community scheme to support those struggling with the cost-of-living crisis.
Researchers dried Salmonella onto stainless steel surfaces then tested various oil-based cleaning techniques to see if the method worked, and the results make for good reading.
According to research from Nestle Professional sustainability remains high on hospitality leaders’ agenda despite industry challenges.
The USDA reports that many consumers believe plant-based meat alternatives don't carry the same pathogen risks as meat.
Asda has hit back at claims its new Just Essentials range embarrasses shoppers with its bright yellow packaging.
By implementing more challenges and education into nutritional education, researchers from the University of Louisville suggest college students can feel more comfortable cooking with vegetables.
As the cost of living remains at a startling high, an ONS survey has found that many of those living in Great Britain have had to make cuts to food and essentials, with those with disabilities and those living in deprived areas impacted drastically.
Read our latest roundup of recalls impacting the UK and US, including several cases of allergens not being included on the label and two cases of voluntary recalls as a result of potential microbiological contamination.
With millions of lives in peril as the food crisis becomes worse in the greater Horn of Africa, the WHO has launched an urgent funding appeal, stating that $123.7 million is needed for it to offer the necessary aid.
Globally recognised certifier BRCGS has launched its latest standard - Global Standard Food Safety Issue 9 - which provides guidance on the production of safe, authentic and legal food.