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Salad growers urged to review hygiene measures
An outbreak of an aggressive strain of Fusarium wilt has been reported in UK lettuce crops for the first time, with growers being urged to look out for symptoms to aid early diagnosis.
5 Burning Questions About The Rise In Foodborne Illness
Unfortunately, it’s not just the revenue that’s on the rise, because food borne illnesses too are making the headlines as of late. Talk about spoiling (no pun intended) the fun, eh?
Technique developed to spot impurities in ground beef within minutes
Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have found a better way to identify unwanted animal products in ground beef, their new method can accomplish all of this in less than five minutes...
EU food rules to tighten in 2018
“Today we have taken an important step towards protecting the health and well-being of our citizens," EU health commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis said in July when a draft of the report was approved.
South Africa boasts two of the world's 100 best cities for foodies
It takes more than Michelin-starred restaurants to make a city a great destination for food. Cape Town, which ranked 48th, and Durban which took the 69th spot feature in the list.
Uber partners with Checkers for food delivery
Retailer Checkers has partnered with UberEATS to make a number of its convenience meals and household essentials available to order on the UberEATS app.
Sasol the most successful service station brand in SA
Food Retailers play an important role in the success of service stations, and fast food outlets are another integral part of the convenience offering at service stations
Food retail scores high for service delivery & customer satisfaction
Food retail in South Africa has had to evolve to stay above water in a fiercely competitive industry. Strategies have to adapt to take changing consumer expectations into account and keep pace with technological advances.
Food prices to rocket, farmers warn
As the Black Friday euphoria disappears, South African consumers are about to be hit by high food prices this festive season because of the lingering effects of drought, Agri SA warned on Friday.
Phatisa Food Fund 2 gets $10m from AfDB
Phatisa Food Fund 2 (PFF2) has received $10m from the African Development Bank Group to boost agriculture and nutrition across Africa. PFF2 will focus on food/consumer related investments including...
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