Trade unions such as GMB and Unite have called on the UK government to make radical changes as workers in the food industry report negligence of the two-metre COVID-19 social distancing rule,
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As UK government measures have forced food outlets to close or reduce their services during the COVID-19 emergency, many are now offering food deliveries. In light of this new uptake, the FSA has published updated guidance about allergens, hygiene and delivery protocol.
Mhairi Brown, Policy and Public Affairs Coordinator for Action on Salt and Action on Sugar, outlines Action on Salt's response to Public Health England's proposed (and fifth wave) 2023 salt reduction targets.
New Food shares a frank and insightful conversation with Planet Organic founder, Renée Elliott, to hear her thoughts on integrity, trust and why she considers organic to be superior.
New Food's Editor Bethan Grylls follows the events of the last few days when the UK started to truly feel the effects of COVID-19 and what it means for our restaurants and cafes.
Action on Salt has welcomed the UK governments renewed commitment to salt reduction, but has proposed the targets could go further to better protect public health.
The researchers found that green spaces including parks, gardens, allotments, roadside verges and woodland cover 45 percent of Sheffield – a figure similar to other UK cities.
New Food is pleased to announce that Food Integrity 2020 will now take place on 29-30 September 2020 at Twickenham Stadium, London, United Kingdom.
The British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) has called for support from the government as increased demand, combined with workers being advised to isolate, has put extreme pressure of the meat sector.
A report has suggested UK supermarkets are failing to protect our oceans, with UK shoppers unknowingly consuming 2.5 times more fish than they think.
Bureau Veritas (BV) has stated that it believes the packaging levy is likely to aid companies looking to incorporate the principles of circular economy into their operations by helping to create new markets for recyclable materials that have traditionally ended up in landfill.
The supermarket has moved to immediate payments to support the cashflow of smaller suppliers due to the impact coronavirus is having on the British economy.
A five-year study has reportedly improved understanding of the impact of foodborne illnesses and strengthens the Food Standards Agency’s ability to respond to them.
Working with behavioural change experts, retail, manufacturing, catering providers, government and academia, the research is said to provide a snapshot of consumer attitudes towards the health and sustainability of their diet.