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Regulations relating to the Grading, Packing and Marking of Fresh vegetables intended for sale in the Republic of South Africa R364

By Food Focus on 21 October 2016

How fresh vegetables should be graded, packed and marked in South Africa. (NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH R364 Regulations governing General Hygiene Requirements for Food Premises, the Transport of Food and Related Matters - Replacing R962, published 30 April 2015.)

Lucky Daisy

By Marianne van Niekerk on 19 September 2016

FARM 360 AND CARE FOR THE ORIGIN OF YOUR FOOD! The welfare of the animals that supply us with our food is directly linked to the quality of the product supplied. Happy cow – happy milk or beef. Stressed animals are more prone to disease. This article looks at the practical issues

Animal welfare and food safety - is there a link? Part 3

By Food Safety Magazine on 19 September 2016

There is an ongoing debate about the “organic” or “country-reared” animals. This series looks at research conducted on consumer perceptions and how this correlates to food safety. Part 3: Happy animals and food safety: what the consumer thinks matters regardless of the science

Animal welfare and food safety - is there a link? Part 2

By Food Safety Magazine on 19 September 2016

There is an ongoing debate about the “organic” or “country-reared” animals. This series looks at research conducted on consumer perceptions and how this correlates to food safety. Part 2: Happy animals – the scientists against the activists

Animal welfare and food safety - is there a link? Part 1

By Food Safety Magazine on 19 September 2016

There is an ongoing debate about the “organic” or “country-reared” animals. This series looks at research conducted on consumer perceptions and how this correlates to food safety. PART 1: Which is more dangerous to consume: Plant or animal

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