Michael Harte of Bridge Cheese is calling on the British government to provide more support if we are to avoid further price hikes and shortages.
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Exposure to cadmium through food could have the potential to exacerbate allergic reactions, according to new research from Ohio State University.
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s has brought forward its climate targets by five years as it looks to deliver on sustainability goals in line with UN targets to reduce warming.
Italian cheese manufacturer Granarolo has acquired US cheese retailer Calabro Cheese Corp as it looks to expand into the US this year and beyond.
The grocery chain is giving shoppers the chance to round up their shopping bill to the nearest dollar to help support the non-profit, which helps feed Americans struggling with food insecurity across the US.
Stellapps’ smartMoo platform offers rural farmers access to financial services, as well as nutritional and veterinary expertise in a bid to make dairy farming in India more sustainable.
This week's recall roundup features a Salmonella alert across the US and Canada after onions imported from Mexico were found to be contaminated with the bacteria.
USDA promises to get tough on Salmonella and UK food price hikes described as "terrifying" in this week's top headlines.
Wendy’s will start rolling out the new cups at the beginning of 2022 as part of its goal to provide 100 percent sustainably sourced customer-facing packaging by 2026.
Animal advocacy groups are urging the UK Government to enforce laws that prohibit chickens from being carried by the legs, which they say leads to pain and distress before slaughter.
The USDA will seek feedback from the industry on current Salmonella control measures and will look to build on the latest science to reduce the number of Americans infected with Salmonella each year.
Concerns are mounting that inflation is “baked in” to the UK’s supply chain, with consumers set to bear the brunt of rising food prices this winter.
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The fast-food chain, which boasts more than 2,000 locations across 21 US states, will offer customers in Arizona the chance to swap their burger for an Impossible Foods patty.
The salt content of processed foods remains high, though some countries ranked considerably worse than others in the BMJ Open study.
More Americans are eating ultra-processed food according to the New York University study, with researchers backing policies aimed at reducing the consumption of these foods.