Wiltshire Farm Foods has apologised for the disruption caused by the cyber-attack, and has vowed to get services up and running as soon as possible.
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Katie Doherty from the International Meat Trade Association (IMTA) shares insight into the evolving border trade regulations impacting the meat industry and stresses the need for continued consultations and industry engagement to achieve a smooth transition to an effective system.
High use of antibiotics on pig farms is believed to be behind the emergence of the dangerous superbug, which the WHO has called a major threat to human health.
Sweet Victory is developing a chewing gum that it says will stop you craving a sweet hit by blocking sugar receptors on the tongue.
The two UK food standards authorities have identified the biggest risks to food safety, but overall they conclude that food standards have been maintained despite the challenges of the past 18 months.
The UK and Germany have expressed a desire to drop their biofuel commitments temporarily and divert gran destined for buses and lorries onto plates.
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Chair of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee, Sir Roger Goodwill, has written to DEFRA Secretary George Eustice to ask for solutions to the shortage.
As the Consumer Goods Forum holds its Global Summit in Dublin, Sharon Bligh and Christina Adane call for young people to be given the limelight and agency to decide their own food futures.
Ben & Jerry’s has made a commitment to prioritise paper packaging that takes less of a toll on forests around the globe, which continue to be destroyed at an alarming rate.
Research also suggests that chlorination, which is common in the US, does not have any significant impact on the safety of chicken and the prevalence of Campylobacter.