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Claire Milligan of R-Biopharm Rhone examines the issue of aflatoxin M1 in milk and dairy products, and explains why it’s a problem that has not yet been solved by the food industry despite being around for a while.
Rick Mumford, Head of Science, Evidence and Research at the Food Standards Agency (FSA) discusses a newly published report into meat production processes in the UK and other countries worldwide.
Chris Bryant examines the findings of a recent survey that assessed attitudes towards meat alternatives in Belgium, explains why the European country is the perfect place to undertake such research, and voices his opinions on a move away from meat.
Several supermarkets and manufacturers from Europe and the US have announced recalls relating to foodborne pathogens including Salmonella and E.coli.
The canned beverage market is expected to grow significantly in the years to 2028, while the functional beverage market is also slated to increase in size.
The research team concluded that Salmonella contamination via strawberry roots was not a food safety risk, but the possibility of surface contamination remains.
Exports from Brazil to the UK and EU have seen significant growth, as coffee in particular sees a rise in exports of more than $100m, thanks to a bumper harvest.
Bycatch of dolphins and porpoises was an issue highlighted by high-profile documentary Seaspiracy, and scientists are now calling on countries to do more to protect cetaceans in European waters.
As the Muslim world celebrates the holy month of Ramadan, New Food spoke to nut manufacturer, Besana, about a new product it has designed specifically for the festival.
Meal kit company HelloFresh has reported an increase of more than three million customers in a year, as the pandemic drives consumers online.
A new report has urged the EU food industry to use the pandemic to repair what it has called a broken food system, with food waste and nutrition being high on the agenda.