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Booths has confirmed in a statement that it is the supermarket involved in the “British” beef fraud incident and is currently working “closely and cooperatively” with the NFCU.
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?
The UK’s Environment Secretary has suggested that Brits turn to home-grown produce amid imported fruit and vegetable supply issues.
Professor Chris Elliott lays out his case for getting nitrites banned from use in meat production in the UK.
Following a fishing project scandal, the son of the former president of Mozambique has been jailed for 12 years due to embezzlement and money laundering.
The New Food Podcast calls on two experts, Professor Chris Elliott and Dr Richard Volpe, to discuss why inflation is affecting food prices so brutally across the globe, and what food safety concerns might arise as a result.
Denis Lynn founded on of Northern Ireland’s most successful food manufacturers and non-profit organisation Foundation Earth.
The publication of two reports on emissions from the livestock sector have prompted manufacturers and agricultural organisations to call for action to reduce the impact farming has on the environment.
Dr Ernest Teye, Director of The Africa Centre for Food Fraud and Safety, underlines the importance of innovation in the fight against food fraud in sub-Saharan Africa and demonstrates recent progress in the region.
New research has suggested that adding blueberries to your diet could be beneficial for your heart, as the fruit could reduce insulin and glucose levels after a large meal.