The food producer has offered out its hand to those in need of food as a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida, which has left New Orleans without power 16 years on from Hurricane Katrina.
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Reports from Sri Lanka suggest the food situation there is worsening, with prices soaring and government-backed measures to seize food stocks in force.
New research has suggested that a high-fat diet can disrupt our body clock and affect how full and sated we feel – leading to overeating and potentially obesity.
New research from Queen’s University Belfast suggests drinking a few glasses of red wine a week could be the key to reduced blood pressure.
In order for the UK and other countries to deliver on climate targets, the Social Market Foundation says more attention and investment must be given to the alternative protein sector.
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Joshua Minchin and Bethan Grylls deliver the top headlines for this week in a 60 second video. Stories include a ban imposed by the EU in 90s being lifted, which will mean PAP can be used as feed for non-ruminants.
Yum! Brands, which is one of the world’s biggest restaurant companies, joins several other large names who have committed to abandoning caged eggs in recent years.
This week's recall roundup features a Listeria alert in Canada, as well as multiple undeclared allergens across the US and UK.
With trading difficulties with EU continuing, UK exports to non-EU countries have flourished and have almost returned to levels seen before the onset of the pandemic.
Having consistent access to food is crucial for students to reach their full potential, after research found a link between food insecurity and academic attainment.
The ban was put in place after the BSE outbreak of the 1990s, which resulted in the culling of millions of cattle and the deaths of hundreds of people. The European Commission, however, has kept the ban on intra-species recycling.
New research from GS1 reveals a worryingly high number of people in the food industry are unaware of the Natasha’s Law legislation coming into effect in October, and highlights a gap between large franchises and small independent businesses.
Online food marketplace Shef will fast-track the registrations of Afghan refugees on its platform as it seeks to give them a stable source of income as quickly as possible.
Replacing salt with a low-sodium alternative reduced the chance of stroke and other major cardiovascular events among participating communities in China.
A change in the way tax is rebated for red diesel has sparked anger within the food industry, with one body claiming the decision has “undermined confidence.”