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In response to apprehensions among farmers, the UK's Red Tractor food assurance scheme has delayed the introduction of new standards and modules until the conclusion of the NFU's governance review.
In the midst of a suspected meat fraud investigation, Emily Miles has said that a number of food industry bodies have agreed to work with the FSA to improve the current system.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his two-cents on the recent news that trust in food among UK consumers is falling and whether this is media-fuelled nonsense or a cause for real concern.
Trust in UK food has dropped as consumers are forced to opt for what they perceive as products with lower standards of food safety and animal welfare.
The NFU president claims that a successful LIP is pivotal for the development of a positive change in the sector.