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Uganda investigates UN food aid after three die, police say

20 March 2019

Following the death of three people and the hospitalisation of over 200, the UN World Food Programme said it had suspended distribution of Super Cereal - a fortified blended food - at all its operations in Uganda.

Bringing blockchain to manufacturing

20 March 2019

Blockchain technology is largely associated with the financial industry, with Bitcoin and other currencies quick to embrace it, but it has strong potential in other industries, such as manufacturing.

Undeclared allergens main culprit of recalls

20 March 2019

Of the 100 Australian food recalls in 2018, 46 were due to undeclared allergens, according to data from Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).

SA food products capturing attention at Japan exhibition

20 March 2019

The Director of Lentibex, an organic vegetable business manufacturing macadamia nuts, oil and butter, Mr Thabo Mooketsi with the Minister Plenipotentiary at the South African Embassy in Japan, Mr Royce Khuzwayo at the FOODEX exhibition.

SA farmers turning to technology to boost yields and financial resilience

19 March 2019

Amid a challenging economic climate in South Africa, as well as prevailing drought in some provinces, emerging and commercial farmers have become price conscious and focused on optimising operations to remain competitive, says Afgri Equipment branch manager Riaan Muller...

SA Poultry threat – what can we do about it?

19 March 2019

In FoodStuff SA last week, there were discussions around dumping of chicken on our market. “the Sapa has applied for an 82% ad valorem import tariff on bone-in and boneless frozen chicken from many non-EU countries, including Brazil.”

Your Opinion of Sushi Is a Good Predictor of How Willing You Are to Eat Insects

19 March 2019

Individuals who frequently dine on sushi are more likely to try insects than their raw fish-rejecting counterparts

UKZN ‘unhygienic’ canteen

19 March 2019

Unfortunately, however, it appears they took occupation of the Edgewood premises without first signing a written lease agreement, said Potgieter...

'Alarm' over expired baby food found on Durban shelves

18 March 2019

Expired products - including chicken, polony and baby formula - were found during inspections of shops in the Durban CBD and Isipingo this week, says Trevor Hattingh, the National Consumer Commission (NCC) spokesperson.

Food group Libstar shares surge, dividend eclipses earnings drop

18 March 2019

Food group Libstar shares surge, dividend eclipses earnings drop.

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