No food company wants to be involved in a recall. They can be expensive and damage the trust of both buyers and consumers. While avoiding a recall is not the primary driver to producing safe food – this should be a foundational principle of anyone in the food industry –…
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In our latest instalment of Recall Roundup we highlight some key food recalls in the UK and US including pre-made meals containing pieces of metal.
The FDA has issued warning letters to three infant formula manufacturers in the US following inspections of their facilities.
The FDA has revealed that James “Jim” Jones will be the first Deputy Commissioner for its Human Foods Program.
A team of researchers led by the University of Buffalo found the US does not have rigorous regulations for baby food.
Read our latest recall roundup concerning the UK and US, including the presence of Salmonella in an advent calendar.
With global concerns regarding antimicrobial resistance, find out why Martina Helmlinger thinks alternative proteins could provide a solution.
In this week’s roundup of global food recalls, there are several incidences of undeclared allergies in the UK and States, plastic contamination in Canada, reports of thebaine in poppy seeds from the Food Standards Australia New Zealand, and more.
Cannabis expert, Shomi Malik, summarises the current regulations around CBD in the EU, UK and US, and the current science available around its safety.
A beacon of good practice, the Mexican papaya industry took criticism on the chin and faced its shortcomings with honesty and transparency. The result is a robust well-informed system that aims to provide safe fruits to millions of consumers. Emily Griep advises fellow industry sectors to take note.