This week's Recall Roundup features a Hepatitis A alert in the UK, as well as the risk of plastic contamination in Germany.
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A Salmonella outbreak has swept the UK, causing nearly 500 people to fall ill with the bacteria and several products to be recalled from supermarket shelves.
Empty lorries could be fast-tracked through ports to alleviate the situation in the UK, but the situation could worsen in Northern Ireland, supermarket bosses warn.
NI politicians across the floor unite as they express fear over Northern Ireland food supply following new regulations.
Less than half of UK supermarkets issue targets for the sale of healthy food and plant-based protein alternatives, prompting the Food Foundation to call for action.
New Food's global roundup of product recalls include a number of allergen recalls, as well as some suspected Salmonella cases and foreign objects found.
M&S bosses hope its new queue-jumping service 'Book and Shop' will restore confidence in customers amid a new winter lockdown.
Vicky Bond of the Humane League UK calls for the end of intense poultry farming - and factory farming as a whole - in an effort to stop antibiotic resistance.
The UK’s largest supermarket chain Tesco has announced its decision to suspend its current supply of avocados from Kakuzi, amid allegations of human rights abuse in its plantation in Kenya.
Sainsbury's, Iceland, Waitrose & Partners and Co-operative Food have all recently recalled products due to contamination or undeclared allergens.
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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.