This week's Recall Roundup features a Hepatitis A alert in the UK, as well as the risk of plastic contamination in Germany.
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The scientists behind a new study into the carbon footprint of tuna fishing claim that, in some cases, its carbon impact is comparable to that of land-based protein sources.
Researchers have developed a new way to rank foods which aid both diet and sustainability goals, taking into account all seven world regions.
As online sales continue to increase, including in the food industry, there are concerns that mechanical equipment is not being tested and maintained as it should be.
Researchers from the Utrecht University will present their findings to the European Parliament this week as they search for alternatives to caging farm animals.
With pints being pulled in pubs and bars once again this week, Marmite-lovers also have a reason to celebrate – production issues are set to be eased thanks to the return of one crucial ingredient.
Molson Coors is well-known for its portfolio of beer and cider brands, but the group is making moves in other markets within the beverage sector.
Researchers searched millions of enzymes to find the right one to produce the natural colouring, which originates from red cabbage.
As part of the “Closer to Zero” plan the FDA says it will work with the industry to adopt better practices and set action levels.
A report by Too Good To Go claims health and safety guidelines, as well as seasonal demand are two of the biggest reasons for throwing away goods in the bakery sector.
This week's Recall Roundup features a Salmonella alert from a big UK retailer, as well as several foreign object related recalls and undeclared allergen alerts.
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Scientists in the US think they may have found a use for the leftover grain produced as a result of brewing beer, which involves both shrimp farms and a newly discovered bacteria from Yellowstone.
The study also found that the way in which the topic of gene editing is presented to consumers can have an impact on their response.
New research suggests Brazil in particular could benefit from field management strategies, which could “drastically” reduce GHG emissions.
Significant portions of Colombia could become unsuitable for coffee production according to new research, with farmers facing the prospect of relocation to continue growing the crop.