The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking measures to temporarily conduct remote importer inspections under FSVP due to COVID-19.
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In February 2020, following the outbreak of the zoonotic coronavirus (COVID-19), China introduced a law that banned the consumption of wild animals, and Shenzhen has now expanded this to include pets such as cats and dogs.
The Close the Glass Loop platform has the objective to achieve a post-consumer glass container collection target of 90 percent, and to ensure that this is recycled into the container glass production loop to come back as a new packaging.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has published its annual report on pesticide residues found in EU food, including 'browseable charts and graphs' to make the data more accessible to non-specialists.
Trade unions such as GMB and Unite have called on the UK government to make radical changes as workers in the food industry report negligence of the two-metre COVID-19 social distancing rule,
Three experts join New Food's Editor in this latest episode to offer advice and clarity on the coronavirus outbreak.
The company has published its Cocoa & Forests Initiative report, highlighting key milestones achieved.
As UK government measures have forced food outlets to close or reduce their services during the COVID-19 emergency, many are now offering food deliveries. In light of this new uptake, the FSA has published updated guidance about allergens, hygiene and delivery protocol.
Mhairi Brown, Policy and Public Affairs Coordinator for Action on Salt and Action on Sugar, outlines Action on Salt's response to Public Health England's proposed (and fifth wave) 2023 salt reduction targets.
Root cause analysis is a systematic method of problem-solving that can be used to determine the underlying reasons for how and why an event (such as product contamination or foodborne illness outbreak) occurred.
The initiatives share a collective ambition to address plastic waste and pollution at its source, by moving toward a circular economy where plastic stays in the economy and out of the environment.
Food Industry Consultant, Lesley Thompson, summarises this year’s NSF International Conference, which outlined ways to create and maintain a healthy business culture.