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With increased awareness of fraudulent food practices that affect businesses and consumers to varying degrees, comes a need to tackle them before they cause serious harm. New Food hears from two experts about new industry measures that aim to encourage whistleblowers to report without fear of consequence.
In light of the pandemic, Juliet Gellatley, Director of Viva!, makes her case for vegan farming.
Farming representatives concerned that UK policy decisions are being made without consultation and urge Government to see farmers as the solution, not the enemy.
A consumer survey, conducted by Leatherhead Food Research, has revealed that the majority of UK consumers have changed their food and drink shopping habits following the COVID-19 outbreak, some of which will continue beyond the pandemic.
While the baking industry is working hard to meet the demand in fresh, frozen and packaged baked goods, will trends like ‘clean label’ stay?
The agreement is said to be a particularly important preparedness effort as the nation approaches peak harvesting seasons, when many fruits and vegetables grown across the US are sent to be frozen or canned.
The guidance has set out safety advice and legal regulations for food manufacturers and agricultural businesses that are operating during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK.
Dr David Acheson, MD, President and CEO of TAG, offers revisions to his January predictions and suggests which paths the US and global food industries might follow in 2020 and beyond.
A Birmingham abattoir has breached hygiene regulations after carcasses on a rail system came into close contact with each other.
Marc Fortin of the Retail Council of Canada explains how Canada's food systems are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and his thoughts on the future.