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A survey has revealed how people in Britain store their food, and the heated arguments that can stem from a difference of opinion.
Children in England have experienced food poisoning due to parents turning off fridges and freezers overnight in a bid to cut back on bills.
After months of speculation, the UK Government has announced that a manufacturing plant in Teesside will continue to operate after a deal was reached with the plant's owner.
Chiara Dall’Asta, food chemistry professor at the University of Parma, debates the use of C-13 internal standards in mycotoxins analysis.
As we eagerly wait for the end of lockdowns, Professor Chris Elliott urges the food sector to be wary of some devious companies taking advantage.
The desert locust has a notoriously complex genome structure, but scientists hope that by cracking their genetic code they can develop 'intelligent pesticides' that do not harm other organisms.
The European FluoroCarbons Technical Committee has launched a call for industry and consumers to put a stop to the illegal trade in hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) via a pledge to #SayNoToIllegalHFCs.
The USDA is providing assistance after a severe derecho - a widespread, long-lived wind storm - swept through the Midwest of the US, devastating farms and agricultural practices.
The Informatory Note aims to demonstrate the role that cold chains can play in improving global food security.
Frozen food manufactures are addressing some unique food safety challenges, which the American Frozen Food Safety Institute (AFFI) is actively championing through research, education and best practices. Dr Sanjay Gummalla, AFFI's Senior Vice President of Scientific Affairs, tells New Food’s Sam Mehmet more.