Supermarkets in Canada have launched sustainability initiatives to reduce the amount of packaging being used in the food industry. But will consumers respond to the environmental ambitions? Here, Dr. Sylvain Charlebois from Dalhousie University takes a look.
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Center for Food Safety has called on the US Food and Drug Administration to recall the uncooked Impossible Burgers currently being sold in US supermarkets due to concerns over a colour additive approval.
While the current approach to UK agricultural economics focuses on a growth in outputs and optimising inputs, the report states that a change in assessing the economics of food production is key.
After a routine check, the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) discovered that the details of the sausage casings were not declared on the product labels.
The World Trade Organization has approved US levies worth $7.5 billion on EU imports.
King Arthur Flour has recalled its Unbleached All-Purpose Flour (5 lb. & 25 lb.) because of the potential presence of E. coli 026.
Dr David Acheson, President and CEO of the Acheson Group, discusses current and future solutions to consumer confusion about date labelling on food product packaging.
Dr Ahmed Abbas Mohamed, Director of Research & Development at WET Group, outlines how innovative technology can enable soft drinks manufacturers to create no (or reduced) sugar, no artificial sweeteners, appetising and cost effective products.
Researchers from the University of Nottingham have suggested that, instead of cutting it completely, eating less red meat can lead to positive health impacts.
Mark Fincham, UK Technical Manager at Lloyd’s Register, explains how specific controls introduced in the wake of the 2013 horsemeat scandal, can mitigate against the risk of food fraud, as consumers are concerned ‘fake meat’ products actually contain animal products.
The FAO’s Director-General calls on the food industry to transform production and supply and value chains.