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This week’s roundup includes Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes contaminations, as well as reports of multiple undeclared allergens in household products.
Urgency surrounding vaccination program finds household names offering incentives to the vaccinated.
Microplastic (MP) pollution and its impact on marine organisms is a concern for human health, claims new research from the University of Portsmouth.
Young people feel forgotten when it comes to advice on healthy eating - that's according to a new study conducted by EIT Food.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his overview of what Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy means for us all and why the food and drink sector mustn’t wait for government’s decision to act.
Food Standards Agency (FSA) Chief Scientific Advisor, Robin May, discusses the newly published ‘Consumer perceptions of genome edited food’ report, ahead of DEFRA’s announcement of next steps for the regulation of genetic technologies.
This week’s roundup includes multiple undeclared allergens, as well as reports of products contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in the US.
A new and “real” opportunity to lead to a growth in Welsh food and drink sectors has been revealed in a new plan.
Supermarket chains see lack of food on shelves due to self-isolation alerts reaching vast numbers. Is the 'pingdemic' affecting the food supply chain?
How much do we really know about allergens? New research suggests there is serious work to be done in educating and providing more information to consumers on allergens.
Bacteriophages could provide the answer to one of the world's biggest food safety concerns, that of Salmonella in chickens, according to researchers from the University of Leicester.
The food industry has awaited Part Two of the National Food Strategy with baited breath for months. Now that it is finally here, what does it mean for manufacturers?