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17 November 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
A consortium of companies has been granted EU funding to carry out a project that will turn used polystyrene fish boxes into yoghurt pots.
27 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
The CEO of the hygiene scandal-struck 2 Sisters Food Group has apologised before the British House of Commons Environment and Rural Affairs Committee.
17 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
Researchers have tested an alternative method to sanitise hatching eggs without using carcinogenic formaldehyde.
13 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
The latest development in the saga caused by the exposure of unsafe working practices at a poultry plant, 2 Sisters' CEO will appear before the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.
11 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
The Chairman of the British Egg Council has heralded new advice that British Lion eggs are now safe to eat raw as the culmination of years of hard work on the part of the nation's egg industry.
3 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
EU and Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations join forces to take action on food waste and antimicrobial resistance.
2 October 2017 | By George Smith (New Food)
The firm was struck by scandal last Friday as undercover reporters working for the Guardian and ITV exposed unsanitary and unsafe practices at one of its poultry processing plants.
29 September 2017 | By New Food
An investigation run by the Guardian and ITV News found a supplier to Britain's supermarkets had been altering food-safety records.
14 September 2017 | By New Food
FoodKeeper has had an update and now the American consumer can keep abreast with the latest food-safety developments on the go.
31 August 2017 | By University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
In a study published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, a team of researchers from Vetmeduni Vienna has now shown that certain Listeria strains – figuratively speaking – take refuge on an island.
29 August 2017 | By Dr Grace O’Gorman | Technical Policy Assistant | NOAH
Antibiotics are an essential resource for the health and welfare of people and animals. They also positively contribute to the growing global demand for safe and sustainable food from animals. At the same time there is growing concern about the developing human medical antimicrobial resistance (AMR) crisis, which has focused…