The two UK food standards authorities have identified the biggest risks to food safety, but overall they conclude that food standards have been maintained despite the challenges of the past 18 months.
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The fake chocolate bars are not only an issue for trading standards – they could provide a potential food safety risk as regulations might not be being adhered to.
A range of foodborne pathogens have caused recalls around the world this week.
Following on from the FSA’s update to its public CBD list which saw 1,700 new products added, New Food spoke to Paul Tossell of the FSA and Dr Paul Duffy of ACI to shed a little light on the decisions made so far and next steps.
This week’s roundup includes the presence of Listeria monocytogenes which has led to a number of recalls throughout the USA.
This week's recall roundup features an expanded recall of Kinder products, after European health authorities revealed buttermilk as the culprit.
Following two years of close collaboration between the Food Standards Agency and ACI, the initial list of permitted UK CBD products has been released. But there’s still more hurdles to come, and what does this mean for those that didn’t make the cut?
Listeria monocytogenes has been detected in certain enoki mushroom products distributed to three US cities, the FDA has announced.
Since Covid, there has been an increasing number of home-based food sellers, but many have failed to recognise their role as a business placing consumers at risk.
As companies work to meet seasonal demands, the risk of food fraud increases. Here’s some simple steps you can take to remain vigilant, according to NFCU’s Steve Smith.
This week's recall roundup features recalls related to Salmonella and Listeria, while foreign objects have been detected in broccoli.