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A factory worker has been jailed for contaminating food prepared for Nando’s with metal rings pulls, plastic bags and rubber gloves.
Ukraine has filed lawsuits to the World Trade Organization regarding its neighbouring countries’ agricultural import bans, reports claim.
Stonegate Group, owner of Slug & Lettuce and Yates pubs, has said that it will be using “dynamic pricing”, charging more for drinks during busy hours, reports claim.
In recent statements, Majority Leader for the United States Senate Chuck Schumer has urged the FDA to investigate Prime drinks for their “absurd caffeine content”.
According to latest reports, popular artificial sweetener aspartame “will be listed in July as ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans’ for the first time”, by the IARC.
Dale Carter, Trade Mark Partner at Reddie & Grose, uses his trade mark expertise to assess whether accusations that Marks and Spencer has "ripped off" the Craft Beer Co hold weight.
According to latest reports from Kantar, frozen food sales are “holding steady” in 2023, with more Brits now opting for frozen poultry and prepared meals.
After reports emerged that an investigation is underway into supermarket-sold beef that is allegedly falsely labelled as British, are we looking at "the start of another large food fraud scandal?
Two major UK supermarkets have limited their sales of fruit and vegetables to manage an import shortage.
A Mars Wrigley factory in Pennsylvania has been fined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) following two employees falling into a chocolate vat.
According to the BBC, the UK Government has confirmed that single-use cutlery and plates will be banned in England.