A toxin has been found in certain dried figs in Canada, whilst pieces of plastic cause recalls in a UK supermarket.
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Although consumers might not be purchasing as much dairy as they once did, with many turning to alternatives, research from Tate & Lyle has found that a third of 18-35-year-olds in Europe are consuming more dairy than they were three years ago.
How do you like your eggs in the morning? An intelligent machine may have the answer as researchers from the University of Cambridge have trained a robot chef to taste and cook an omelette.
The World Health Organization has published its latest report on obesity, highlighting the impact that it is having on European countries.
Substituting just 20 percent of beef with a meat alternative produced in fermentation tanks could halve deforestation by 2050, according to a new research study.
Shawarma dishes, found to contain Shigella bacteria, have led to death, hospitalisations and arrests in the state of Kerala in India.
Identifying the root of a problem such as acute hunger is particularly difficult when drivers are systemic, but the Global Network Against Food Crises is attempting just that, courtesy of its latest report.
Amid soaring food costs and an international fertiliser shortage, meat producers are looking for alternative ways to rear their cattle and keep product in consumer shopping baskets.
The WHO has blasted formula milk retailers for employing marketing tactics which it says “blatantly” breaches an international code developed in the 1980s.
Elopak and GLS Group have announced a joint venture in the hopes of expanding into new territories and increasing sustainability efforts.
“It’s time to make salt reduction targets mandatory”, health professionals and charities tell the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, in a letter.
Kellogg's is challenging the UK Government over upcoming HFSS regulations which would limit where some of its most popular cereals can be displayed in shops - and it's all to do with added milk...
This week’s recall roundup includes vegan truffles being taken off the marketplace due to undeclared milk and fish sandwiches that contain a potential choking hazard.
The “world’s first and only certification for upcycled ingredients and products” expands into Canada after US success.
Costa Coffee has announced its latest sustainability initiative: recyclable fibre coffee cup lids which the company claim has a 50 percent reduction in carbon footprint compared to its current lids.