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Covid-19 has accelerated the deployment of technology in the global food and drink supply chain. Here, tech expert, Paul Cuatrecasas explains how…
Amid increasing demand during the COVID-19 emergency, Sainsbury’s and Asda sourced some beef cuts from Poland, and the National Beef Association (NBA) has now sent a letter to their respective CEOs outlining their concerns.
Recent recalls have been made by Sainsbury's, Waitrose, COOK and Thomas Tucker due to undeclared milk and soya.
As part of Sainsbury's ‘Future Brands’ initiative, the supermarket is providing a platform for new, innovate and natural foods.
Bacterial contamination, sharp metal objects in soup and many mislabelled products have caused problems recently.
Customers will face reduced choice in the wake of a hard Brexit, says Consortium
This week’s recall roundup from the UK and North America includes under-processed food, incorrectly labelled food and sulphites.
It's been a busy couple of weeks in the world of food recall, with undeclared allergens, bacteria and mislabelling all causing particular problems.
The UK’s biggest grocery retailers are significantly reducing their product ranges to compete with discounter challengers, according to new research.
A newspaper investigation allegedly found traces of animal DNA in meat-free and vegan products in two of the UK's most popular supermarkets.
Suppliers concerned by what the upcoming merger might mean for their business will have an opportunity to have their opinions heard by the Competition and Markets Authority.
Statistical software provider InfinityQS has warned that, though the Asda-Sainbury's merger might be good news for customers, suppliers may not come out unscathed.