Professor Chris Elliott reveals what he thinks is the most important piece of legislation for a long time is and explains its impact on the food and beverage sector.
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The European Commission has found 147 samples of honey were suspected to have been adulterated with syrups.
New Food’s Grace Galler investigates why investors may be apprehensive to invest in food systems and how their impact could make a monumental difference when it comes to food insecurity and climate change.
The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment has called on the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation to make further sustainable changes.
Small to medium-sized enterprises call on the EU to act, as recycled PET continues to be "unfairly" distributed in the beverage industry.
Jörg Konetzki from Mérieux NutriSciences outlines the current cannabinoid climate, including legality in Europe and some noteworthy aspects of analytics.
After successfully reducing sugar content in drinks, UNESDA, which represents the soft drinks industry in Europe, says that a more holistic approach to solving the obesity crisis is needed.
With the European Parliament’s failure to decide on the legality of vegan ‘sausages’ or ‘burgers’, the European livestock sector is launching the campaign, ceci n’est pas un steak.
In a landmark move that will see the United States import molluscan shellfish from Spain and the Netherlands, the FDA has announced its equivalence determination of safety measures that regulate the seafood.
The European Commission is reviewing whether CBD should be classified as a narcotic. Dr Parveen Bhatarah, Head of Regulatory and Compliance Unit at The Association of the Cannabinoid Industry, explains the impact this could have on both the European and UK markets.
Originally scheduled for March 2020, the newly published Farm to Fork Strategy has set out targets designed to ensure a fair, healthy and environmentally friendly food system, including a 50 percent reduction in the use and risk of pesticides.
The Commission has published a set of Questions and Answers (Q&A) designed to provide further detail about the measures it has introduced to support the agricultural and food sectors throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The call comes before the EU Commission is due to publish its Farm to Fork Strategy, which aims to make the food system more sustainable and healthy.