This week's recall roundup features alerts over Listeria monocytogenes and Shiga-toxin producing E.coli (STEC) in the US and undeclared allergen recalls in UK supermarkets.
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This week's quickfire news roundup includes a warning over potential food terrorism in the UK and a suspected Salmonella outbreak impacting pork scratchings.
Police were called to reports of a man shouting abuse in the street in Fulham on Wednesday evening (25 August 2021) before it was reported that a number of food products had been injected with an unknown substance.
Supermarket chains see lack of food on shelves due to self-isolation alerts reaching vast numbers. Is the 'pingdemic' affecting the food supply chain?
This week's Recall roundup features several recalls from UK supermarkets, as well concerns over Listeria monocytogenes contamination in Canada.
A Listeria monocytogenes alert has been raised in Canada, while two UK supermarkets have announced recalls of their products.
Approved Food argues that headlines over Tesco's food safety breach could contribute to consumer confusion over best before and use by and result in perfectly good food going to waste.
Susan Brownlow explains why carbon labelling is important to consumers and outlines some of the barriers to widespread adoption.
Marks and Spencer claims Colin the Caterpillar’s trademark is being infringed by Aldi’s Cuthbert – while the discounter has published a cheeky response.
Arun Chauhan and Esther Phillips outline the dangers cybercrime poses to the food industry and ask whether businesses are truly prepared for a criminal attack.
Support for families using the free school meals voucher scheme has emerged from UK supermarkets and charities as the debate looks set to continue.