This week's quickfire news roundup includes a warning over potential food terrorism in the UK and a suspected Salmonella outbreak impacting pork scratchings.
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This week's recall roundup includes several pork scratching recalls, which have been issued over Salmonella contamination fears.
Police were called to reports of a man shouting abuse in the street in Fulham on Wednesday evening (25 August 2021) before it was reported that a number of food products had been injected with an unknown substance.
A worse than usual drought in Madagascar has left much of the country’s population facing famine as the “hunger season” looms large.
Restaurant reservation service OpenTable will build in an option for customers to prove their vaccination status to restaurants that require it as more and more cities draft up vaccination laws.
As McDonald’s announces it has run out of milkshakes in its GB restaurants, it’s time to ask why the UK is running out of some food items – is it Brexit or the pandemic?
How much of our food is produced as a result of forced labour? A new study has suggested that a large proportion of US fruit and vegetables fall into the “high risk” category of being produced through forced labour.
How do you recreate the smell of hamburgers? Scientists have taken an analytical approach to find out how plant-based alternatives can mimic the scent of a freshly grilled patty.
Alcohol sales in the US increased during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, with researchers concerned that the increases may be linked to an increase in domestic violence incidents.
This week's recall roundup features Salmonella and Listeria alerts in the US, as well as foreign object recalls in Germany.
This week's quickfire roundup of the very latest news includes a new commitment from PepsiCo, as well as a Salmonella outbreak in the US.
Action on Sugar is calling for food manufacturers to “act more responsibly” in the way they market yoghurts high in sugar, which are often aimed at children.
Food Standards Scotland says it has consulted with the Scottish food industry on the new legislation, which will come into effect in October following the death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse in 2016.
PepsiCo’s commitment will, it claims, replenish more than 100 percent of the water it uses in high-water-risk areas and deliver safe water access to 100 million people by 2030.
Sustainable bottle manufacturer Bottle Up says the sugar cane it uses in its bottles is carbon neutral and requires little to no irrigation, as it looks to revolutionise the ‘grab-and-go’ culture.