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The campus will combine food production facilities with shared utilities, amenities and services, and aims to act as a global hub for innovative, sustainable food manufacturing.
The funding will support food safety targeted outreach, education and training at the University of Arkansas Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative and the National Farmers Union.
The Governments of Canada and Manitoba have announced a new $3 million programme to support agri-food and agri-product processors, food distributors and agri-food industry organisations during the next stage of the pandemic.
The report offers a list of recommendations for Government to consider for the short-, medium- and long-term to help alleviate labour shortages and workforce challenges in the British meat sector.
Covid-19 has accelerated the deployment of technology in the global food and drink supply chain. Here, tech expert, Paul Cuatrecasas explains how…
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) is highlighting the risks of lead sources on farms, after reports to its Scottish Food Crime and Incidents Unit (SFCIU) in the last three months have already surpassed the whole of the last recording year.
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.
A Tönnies meat packaging plant has been struck by COVID-19, which has allegedly resulted in strong criticism from Germany's labour minister and re-closures of schools and daycare centres.
In order to fix the skills shortage of butchers in the UK, the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) is collating evidence to prompt the British government to add 'Butchers’ to the Shortage Occupation List.