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.
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Asia Pacific & Oceania
The Environment Food and Rural Affairs Committee has asked the UK Government to reconsider its report on the impact of the Australian trade agreement, claiming the previous reply was disappointing.
A WRAP research report reveals that nearly half of respondents throw away as much food or more than they did this time last year.
In his third column, Sepe Sehati paints a picture of how the Japanese health care is benefiting from a well-thought-out, joined-up regulatory approach to food as medicine.
With droughts predicted to become increasingly severe and frequent, how can the wine industry adapt to these changing conditions? Nenad Trifunovic reflects on the challenges the wine industry is facing.
Colleagues from SMART DiSTAP in Singapore share how their non-invasive plant health monitoring technology can be used to improve crop yields to help combat global food insecurity.
As the sector recovers from the devastation caused by he pandemic, research suggests offering more healthy options could be the key to enticing consumers back out to eat.
The EU and New Zealand have struck a “new generation of trade deal”, but not everybody is happy with the policies included in the package.