Read our latest Recall Roundup to keep up to date with what food products have been recalled in the UK and US this week.
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The Marine Stewardship Council UK & Ireland Market Report 2022 highlighted that Iceland was followed closely by Tesco and Lidl.
Leading food retailer Lidl GB has committed to investing in the British food industry, promising £4 billion for food businesses throughout 2023.
During a BBC interview, the Chairman of Tesco said that “some food firms may be using inflation as an excuse to hike prices further than necessary”.
Mystery shopper research has revealed that British Aberdeen-Angus beef is a prominent brand across premium supermarket meat ranges.
This week’s roundup includes undeclared allergens and a pathogen causing numerous food and drink recalls in the UK and US.
Pathogens have been detected in pet food and human food, whilst undeclared allergens have also been causing recalls this week.
An average of nine promotional claims can be found on the packaging of individual UK baby foods, finds research - and not all of them are clear.
From metal pieces in a dessert to milk in a vegan product, here are some of this week’s food recalls from the UK, US and Canada
This week's recall roundup features recalls related to Salmonella and Listeria, while foreign objects have been detected in broccoli.
This week's recall roundup features Salmonella and Listeria alerts in the US, as well as foreign object recalls in Germany.
A ruling by a judge in Scotland has seen Lidl pull every bottle of its ‘Hampstead’ gin from Scottish stores after a trademark battle with rival distiller, Hendrick’s. Following soon after the Colin v Cuthbert the Caterpillar case, could the UK see a crackdown on copycat products in the near…
This week's recall roundup contains product recalls from the US, UK and Germany, where a Listeria alert and lead contamination have been reported.