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New Food’s Assistant Editor, Joshua Minchin, looks back on his predictions for 2021 and makes five more for the year ahead.
From metal pieces in a dessert to milk in a vegan product, here are some of this week’s food recalls from the UK, US and Canada
New Food hears from Buckley’s Bees, an organisation looking to help repopulate the dwindling bee numbers, on why extinction would have such a detrimental impact on our food system.
The Government has approved a potentially dangerous pesticide for a second time, despite researchers and wildlife charities condemning it.
Aldi - Britain's fifth biggest grocery retailer by market share - opens its first checkout-free store in Greenwich, South East London.
From a rat infestation to pieces of metal found in food, here’s a roundup of some of the most important food recalls around the globe.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his thoughts on the rewild scheme, which will see £800 million go to landowners to plant trees and restore wetlands, but there are fears that this will cause serious food security issues and even put small farms out of business.
With partakers of Dry January on the rise, research suggests that UK drinkers are moderating their alcohol intake all year round.
One of the largest supermarkets in the UK, Morrisons, has announced the removal of use by dates on milk bottles in a move to stop millions of pints being wasted.
The Arla Foods survey suggests that consumers are not as aware of nutrition when it comes to choosing diets, but encouragingly consumers are willing to learn more.
Burger King has become the latest fast-food brand to launch plant-based items on its menu after it announced it will sell vegan nuggets in all its UK stores.