A University of Georgia study has presented a new method to make crops - specifically tomatoes - safer to eat by applying sanitisers to produce preharvest.
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Read our latest recall roundup, providing you with an update of recalls issued in North America and the UK.
The resources aim to teach children how to make informed, healthy food choices using the new Nutrition Facts Label.
The checklist aims to serve as a quick reference to help the food industry assess and react to situations brought on by COVID-19.
As of 14 August 2020, a total of 690 Cyclospora cayetanensis illness cases have been reported across 13 states.
The FDA is seeking data and information related to produce that has no or low reported consumption on the US in order for the list to be a better representation of actual consumption rates.
The guidance aims to protect public health by reducing infants’ dietary exposure to inorganic arsenic.
Food and beverage products are recalled due to reasons ranging from contamination to incorrect labelling, and here is New Food’s roundup of the most recent cases.
The outbreak now spans across 34 US states and there have been 396 illnesses and 59 hospitalisations recorded as of 3 August 2020.
The European Commission is reviewing whether CBD should be classified as a narcotic. Dr Parveen Bhatarah, Head of Regulatory and Compliance Unit at The Association of the Cannabinoid Industry, explains the impact this could have on both the European and UK markets.
The announcement follows an FDA post-market scientific review and analysis of data from rodent studies finding biopersistence of 6:2 FTOH, which is found in some food-contact packaging.
Seven companies selling dietary supplements which illegally claim to treat hangovers have been issued warning letters and have 15 days to respond.
A Rutgers study has examined potential names for seafood package labels made from the cells of fish which best meet both regulatory and consumer acceptance criteria.
The Economic and Trade Agreement will no longer require confirmation that a third-party auditor has found firms to be in compliance with relevant food standards and regulations.