Lord Clark ruled that Lidl “intended to benefit” from a rebrand of its Hampstead Gin, which led to William Grant and Sons (which produces Hendrick’s Gin) taking legal action against the discounter.
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Several supermarkets and manufacturers from Europe and the US have announced recalls relating to foodborne pathogens including Salmonella and E.coli.
The research suggests some parents do not introduce new foods into their children’s diets often enough and nearly half of respondents said half of their shopping basket goes unchanged.
The canned beverage market is expected to grow significantly in the years to 2028, while the functional beverage market is also slated to increase in size.
A new study has raised caution over the potential negative impact new technologies could have on US fisheries and suggested scientists work closely with resource management agencies to assess the affects.
A survey has revealed that most Brits are clueless over what ‘processed’ means and the majority associate it with being unhealthy.
When it comes to getting crucial micronutrients from crops, it really does depend on where you live. That’s according to new research conducted by a team of universities from the UK, Ethiopia, and Malawi.
This week's Recall roundup features several recalls from UK supermarkets, as well concerns over Listeria monocytogenes contamination in Canada.
Feeding America says American house holds are having to find more money for food each month in the latest edition of its annual Map the Meal Gap study.
The new legislation would enable the US FDA to control CBD products like any other food and lift the sector out of a “regulatory grey zone”.
Ivy Farm Technologies, an Oxford University spin-out, has revealed lofty ambitions to become the first commercial producer of sustainable, cultured meat in the UK, thanks to its unique technology.
The Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has published its strategic goals for the next five years, which it says will focus on the issues that “matter most” to the Scottish people, including plans to tackle obesity.
Researchers from Cornell University say their findings call for a rewrite of the identification protocols issued by food safety regulators when it comes to listeria.
British strawberry season officially kicks off today, with a later than usual start leading to bigger and juicier strawberries for UK consumers than they might normally find.
New study highlights the global regions that will be most affected by climate change – and worryingly, they are those least capable of adapting.