Food and beverage products are recalled due to reasons ranging from contamination to incorrect labelling, and here is New Food's roundup of the most recent cases.
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Data released by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) said that there is a “great deal of uncertainty” around approximately a tenth of England's potato crop as farmers review the damage of the flooding.
In the past five years, the number of teenagers requiring allergy-related hospital treatment has more than doubled, and schools are calling for more refined details of best practices to prevent future cases.
Pret a Manger and food supplier Planet Coconut are to appear at Bristol Crown Court over the death of a woman who suffered a fatal dairy-related allergic reaction.
Researchers from King's College London have said that their study shows immunotherapy - the gradual introduction of the allergen into the individual's diet - offers "protection but not a cure" for peanut allergies.
Action on Salt has responded to the National Food Strategy, stating that in order for lives to be saved, government must enforce a salt reduction programme immediately.
The UK craft spirits industry has filed a record number of trade mark registrations, rising 12 percent in the past year compared to the year before.
Food experts globally predict a decline in employment, consumer confidence and international trade in their respective countries over the next six months.
Results from the John Innes Centre research show that the new system yields transformation efficiencies of up to 25 percent – five times those generally achieved using comparable systems.
Scientists say time is running out to save the planet before it enters a stage of no return. As such, sustainability has never been more important. New Food hears how Wye Valley Brewery has been reducing its carbon footprint.
A recent YouGov survey, commissioned by the Red Tractor Food Assurance Scheme, found that 8 out of 10 UK adults are not concerned about food safety and standards.
The incident is said to likely raise concerns in Europe about the safety of food supplies after the UK leaves the EU.
A joint statement on behalf of the UK meat processing industry has outlined how the no-deal Brexit temporary tariff plan will have consequences for suppliers.