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The status of egg production in SA
Local is Lekker! SA Poultry Association reassures consumers that South African eggs are of freshest, safest top quality and high nutritional value.
Cutting salt, sugar and plastics is great. But beware the potential food safety risks
We all know the amount of salt and sugar in our diet needs to be reduced, but perhaps a forgotten fact is that they have been used as food preservatives for many hundreds of years
Fake honey scandal widens to Australian-sourced brands
One in five samples of local honey sourced along the eastern seaboard of Australia, including boutique brands, has been found to be fake, deepening the global scandal over the impurity of honey.
Taste is key in promoting insect-based food
New study finds promoting enjoyable aspects of insect-based food is more effective than highlighting health or environmental benefits
Millers suspend supply of flour to Zimbabwean biscuit firms
The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) notified all millers on Monday of the suspension of self-raising flour to biscuit and confectionery firms to ensure continuous supply for major bread bakers.
Food labeling being transformed by the 'good food' movement
Consumers are increasingly looking for foods with clean labels. Unfortunately, the terms “good food” and “clean label” have no regulatory definitions.
South African Consumers Urged to Tighten their Belts, Food Price Hikes Warning
Consumers have been urged to tighten their belts once again with economists warning that food prices will be going up as the cost of fuel hits record highs.
A better way to predict meat safety problems
Maple Leaf already uses barcodes and scanners to track ingredients. Next year, it will start a pilot project to use predictive algorithms on food safety data
New Index to tackle food safety scourge and threat to African Health and Trade
The African Food Safety Index (AFSI) launched today will help to tackle the burden of foodborne diseases that a recent global assessment found to be comparable to that of malaria, HIV/AIDs or tuberculosis.
World first: Nestle is leading food companies in using satellite service to monitor palm oil supply
Nestle has become the first food company worldwide to execute the use of the satellite-based Starling service to monitor all of its palm oil supply chains globally.
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