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New Food recaps the key takeaways of Infor’s most recent webinar, which highlighted the benefits of true asset performance on cost, quality, safety and sustainability.
A recent study and petition by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has raised new questions about the safety of imported poppy seeds.
New research from Ohio State University claims that saccharin does not cause diabetes, allaying fears that the sweetener may be doing more harm than good.
New Food's global roundup of food recalls includes a number of allergen recalls, as well as Salmonella and foreign matter contamination, and the presence of mould in food products.
The FDA has revised its Health and Personal Hygiene Handbook to help prevent spread of bacteria and viruses and promote good cleanliness among workers.
A group of health, environmental and consumer organisations in the US are questioning whether the FDA is undertaking its legal obligation to assess the cumulative impact of chemicals that are added to food.
A University of Georgia study has presented a new method to make crops - specifically tomatoes - safer to eat by applying sanitisers to produce preharvest.
Read our latest recall roundup, providing you with an update of recalls issued in North America and the UK.