This week's recall roundup features an expanded recall of Kinder products, after European health authorities revealed buttermilk as the culprit.
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European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
Researchers behind a new study have suggested that some artificial sweeteners may be associated with an increased risk of cancer.
High-pressure processing of food can effectively destroy harmful microorganisms and causes no extra food safety concerns compared to any other treatment, the EFSA has claimed.
Jörg Konetzki from Mérieux NutriSciences outlines the current cannabinoid climate, including legality in Europe and some noteworthy aspects of analytics.
Debbie Day outlines the insurer's stance to the growing consumer appetite for CBD products in the food and drink sector.
The rise of alternative proteins and novel side streams for more sustainable food production could introduce new ways for Listeria monocytogenes to spread. Masja Nierop Groot explores.
John Holah, Principle Corporate Scientist at Kersia, reflects on the impact that the Covid pandemic has had on cleaning and hygiene practices in the food industry and considers the potential future benefits.
Small Giants Co-Founder, Francesco Majno, discusses why it was necessary to rebrand his insect-based snack company, and why insects are more sustainable as a food than traditional meat and fish products.
Mealworms have been approved for human consumption by the EFSA, which could help insect-based foods flourish within the EU.