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Research identifies discomfort from Brits over US food production methods, such as chlorine-washed chicken, and shows favour for EU systems despite Brexit stance.
With the transition period coming to an end in January 2021, many food manufacturers are still confused over what changes they will have to make to their labels. Here, New Food offers some clarity.
With Brexit on the horizon, Professor Chris Elliott questions the resilience of the UK’s food supply.
Risk analysis and UK authorisation of substances in food and feed – what you need to know for January 2021
Phil Flaherty, Head of Risk Analysis and Trade Policy Unit, FSA, offers clarity on soon to come changes related to risk analysis and UK authorisation of substances in food and feed.
The £8.7 billion trade in meat, the bulk of which currently flows seamlessly to and from the EU and keeps the just-in-time food supply chain moving, is about to run into a huge brick wall.
Copa-Cogeca has commended the fruit and vegetable sector for its efforts during the first wave of COVID-19, but a survey has highlighted that the British public aren't convinced the UK food sector can handle a second wave.
The organisation Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics has expressed concern about the Parliamentary refusal to agree to the Agriculture Bill amendments earlier this month, believing that it spells disaster for the future of British food standards.
Infrastructure which would minimise disruption at Kent ports has been rejected by the Government, despite strong objection from NFU.
No deal is bad for food and drink businesses, bad for food security, and bad for every household in Great Britain, says FDF.
Last night, UK MPs voted against the House of Lords’ amendments to the Agriculture Bill, which were included to protect post-Brexit food standards.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization advocates a widespread transition to agro-ecological farming in order to meet the 2030 Sustainable Development goals. But we can only achieve this if we change the way we educate the next generation of farmers and producers, writes Caroline Aitken.