Ahead of speaking at Food Integrity, Bethan Grylls Editor of New Food interviews innocent drinks’ Central Technical Team Leader, Konstantina Karagkika, about the pressures on industry and how the company looks to identify and prevent risks to its supply chain.
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In a society where consumers are fed stories a plenty about contamination, fraud and miscommunicated allergens in their food, the need for consumer trust in the food supply chain has never been greater. In a bid to get ahead of social media scepticism, Chris Elliott and Connor Black outline why…
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.
The study by Safer Chemicals Healthy Families’ found improvement in retailer chemical action between 2016 to 2019, with the average grade moving from D+ to B- (for the 11 retailers evaluated since 2016).
It has been reported that numerous brands of maize flour have been taken off supermarket shelves in Kenya due to potentially unsafe levels of the poisonous substance, aflatoxin.
What is an isotope fingerprint? How can it help detect and prevent food fraud? New Food finds out from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Watch the video below....
Leaders from the food and beverage industry will come together in New Food's two-day event next year to discuss how we, as an industry, can improve the integrity of our systems. Experts will debate a range of key topics; among the skilled speakers is Julie Pierce of the FSA, who…
The FDA’s approach to sampling is intended to help the agency learn more about the prevalence of disease-causing bacteria in certain foods and identify patterns that may help prevent future contamination.
OSI Industries, LLC is recalling around 4,218 pounds of ready-to-eat beef patty products as they may be contaminated with metal.
New Food is hosting a live Twitter debate on 23 October 2019 at 3pm BST to discuss: 'What's the hardest type of food fraud to detect?"
Dr David Acheson, President and CEO of the Acheson Group, analyses the recent CDC report which provides data about the foodborne disease outbreaks that occurred in the US in 2017.