The Alliance to Save our Antibiotics has expressed concern that trade talks with between the UK and over countries could lead to products manufactured with different antibiotics policies making their way onto shelves.
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Del Monte Foods redirects hundreds of thousands of pounds of surplus green beans in a bid to reduce wastage and greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers in Japan have identified the green which causes leaf-browning in sorghum after it has been treated with pesticides, paving the way for breeding improvements.
The way in which health claims are understood on food packaging varies greatly between different countries, where differences in language can change the meaning and perception of health claims.
Researchers say that sugary drink taxes only work when consumers are made acutely aware of that tax through labelling, though this does not apply if the tax is small.
Meal kit provider HelloFresh has revealed its take on the hottest UK recipe trends, with protein set to have a good year in 2022 and carbs to continue to decline.
Catch up with this week’s food and drink headlines, including Thanksgiving turkey welfare concerns and a secret weapons to cut methane emissions.
There are mounting concerns from the AOAC that the continent does not have the testing capacity to ensure that the food its population eats is healthy and nutritious.
This week's recall roundup features Listeria concerns and fish wire alerts in the US, as well as supermarket recalls in the UK.
The rise in plant-based food consumption was largest amongst younger generations, and women were also more likely to go plant-based than men.
The IGFS at Queen’s University Belfast believe that using seaweed to feed farm animals will help cut down methane emissions by at least 30 percent.
The FDA’s new tool will allow users to interact with the findings of the wide-ranging survey, which produced some interesting results.
As Thanksgiving draws nearer, the Animal Welfare Institute has asked questions of the welfare standards of turkeys in the US, particularly around the slaughter process.
The FDF’s new handbook has been designed to continue the food industry’s drive towards Net Zero, which has seen several large players make ambitious commitments in recent weeks.
Beef exporter Minerva Foods claims its supply farms are emitting less greenhouse gases than the global average for beef production, and commits to continuing efforts to reduce emissions in its supply chain.