Researchers are concerned over infant welfare after finding traces of microplastics in human breast milk for the first time ever.
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Arkansas has signed a cooperative agreement for the State Meat Inspection Program which should "help prevent supply chain bottlenecks", according to USDA’s Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety.
A research project by the FSA and FSS has revealed what UK consumers think about precision bred food. Find out more here…
Arla has earmarked up to three eurocent per kilo of milk for farmer’s sustainability activities to reach the 2030 emission reduction target on farms.
A WRAP research report reveals that nearly half of respondents throw away as much food or more than they did this time last year.
Get the latest recall news from the UK, US and Canada, including several cases of Listeria monocytogenes and undeclared allergens.
MSC reveals that US consumers are altering their diets for environmental reasons, as climate change continues to affect people around the world.
Following shortages of infant formula, the FDA has extended the deadline on its "enforcement discretion" for some formulas to remain on the market.
Nestlé has announced that Quality Street will move to recyclable FSC-Certified paper packaging worldwide, whilst KitKat will launch wrappers made with 80 percent recycled plastic.
In the last year, a record 48 million birds have been culled due to the avian flu outbreak in the UK and EU.
With meat consumption declining across major European countries, a new survey has revealed that there is a demand for alternatives to conventional meat in Western Europe.
As research reveals concerns among European consumers around food additives, FoodSaftey4EU releases a social campaign to answer some frequently asked questions on safety, definitions and more.
The FDA is considering updating the nutrient content claim “healthy” definition on food labels to reduce diet related diseases in the US.
Read our latest round up of recalls in the UK, US and Canada, including undeclared milk, Listeria Monocytogenes and potential Clostridium Botulinum.
In her first series of radio interviews following the introduction of the ‘mini-budget’, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss is adamant that “people that produce food” can benefit.