A recent YouGov survey, commissioned by the Red Tractor Food Assurance Scheme, found that 8 out of 10 UK adults are not concerned about food safety and standards.
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The anti-Listeria phage product Listex™ can now be used to prevent the presence of Listeria during the final stages of food production.
Orsi Dézsi, Business Unit Manager of Nonfood Compounds & Food Contact Materials at NSF International, explains the context of the regulations, standards and trends around food-grade lubricants and why they should be considered a valuable part of your food safety strategy, rather than a tick box issue.
The ‘Keeping food in check’ report, published by The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC), states that the number of food controls and the resources allocated to them are dwindling across Europe.
The rise of the ready-to-eat meal has driven cleaning and hygiene standards to an all-time high. Food technology specialist, Hein Timmerman, explores the procedures that companies should be implementing to ensure they meet these targets, while keeping costs low and efficiency high.
Amid the evolution of troublesome antibiotic-resistant bacteria, scientists have discovered that today’s pet owners may unwittingly be party to the problem through their choice of pet food.
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.
Campaigners are warning of a “gaping hole” in the UK’s food safety regime, as figures have revealed that high numbers of food inspections are missed each year.
The Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration has released its most recent report about the origins of foodborne illness in the US.