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Bonuses nixed at Tiger Brands

11 January 2019

The listeriosis tragedy was just one of a series of setbacks for Tiger Brands, which has been slow to display a conscience

How salmonella-tainted food gets into your fridge

11 January 2019

Salmonella infections are the most common cause of foodborne illnesses in the US.

SA imports banned after foot-and-mouth disease reported in Limpopo

10 January 2019

Johannesburg - Botswana says it has immediately banned the import of live cloven-hoofed animals and their products from neighbouring South Africa after a report of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Limpopo province.

Dog food made from insects to go on sale in UK for first time

10 January 2019

The UK’s first dog food made from insects goes on sale this week, which its manufacturers say could help reduce the environmental damage caused by the massive volumes of meat routinely fed to dogs and cats.

Woolworths reckons we’ll all be drinking heaps of kefir by the end of the year

09 January 2019

The supermarket giant has sniffed the culinary wind and worked out what we’ll all be eating by the end of the year.

Some restaurants hike prices by up to 25 percent for using delivery apps

09 January 2019

Ordering in from restaurants in your area is all the rage, but do you know how much extra it’s costing you to eat those meals on your couch or at your desk? Cape Town-based Simon Colman assumed the R10 delivery fee disclosed on the UberEats app in the payment section was the...

SA won’t give up its fight against the EU’s intransigence towards our citrus products

09 January 2019

Despite one of the best seasons on record in mitigating the risk of Citrus Black Spot symptoms on fruit arriving at EU borders, the EU seems determined to meet South Africa’s best efforts with unflinching bureaucratic coldness.

Researchers make discovery of how foodborne bacteria move in small spaces

08 January 2019

Scientists have made a discovery which could lead to finding ways to stop the spread of certain bacteria that cause food poisoning.Many bacteria can swim, allowing them to infect and spread in the case of pathogenic species...

Food Lovers Market gives assurances over Diepkloof branch after rat incident

07 January 2019

The franchise has come under fire after a video was widely shared on social media showing a rat eating food from a display in the Diepkloof Food Lover's Market.

Quality of life: Eight food trends that will rule 2019

05 January 2019

The year 2018 has just ended. It saw some small, and some humongous changes on the food and nutrition landscape. Going ahead I foresee many more positive trends gaining momentum, as more and more people begin to correlate quality of food with quality of life. Below are the eight

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