Paperboard milk cartons, ubiquitous in almost every American school, do not preserve milk freshness as well as other packaging options, research has found.
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Read our latest recall roundup concerning products in the US and Canada, including a metal object found in a chocolate cake.
A study by Tufts University has found that dollar stores are permeating the food market in the US, especially in rural areas.
Representing the UK, Minister Andrew Mitchell is set to hold discussions with African leaders on rising food insecurity during a two day trip.
Aiming to help reduce potential health effects for babies and children under two, the FDA has announced action levels for lead categories of processed baby foods.
A study has revealed that most people view insects as an alternative and sustainable source of food for the future.
Noble Foods has signed up for Water Roadmap to help protect water resources for food supply, nature and local communities.
According to a study, the US has broken the “billion dollar barrier", accounting for 60 percent of the global investment in lab-grown meat.
Researchers found that omega 3 fatty acids in seafood is linked to lower risk of chronic kidney disease.
Scientists are aiming to transform British diets by adding more UK-grown faba beans into the nation’s daily bread.
During a BBC interview, the Chairman of Tesco said that “some food firms may be using inflation as an excuse to hike prices further than necessary”.
16 percent of food and drink businesses have said inflation has stifled their business growth regarding tech advancements.
The FDA has identified imported enoki mushrooms distributed by Utopia Foods as a “likely source” of an illness outbreak.
The Global CEO of JBS has argued that a way of reducing greenhouse emissions is to offer technical and financial support to rural producers.
Read this week’s recall roundup involving recalls from the UK and US, including Alfalfa Sprouts due to the detection of Shiga toxin producing E.coli.