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Citizens advised to avoid eating out
Expressing resentment over the deaths of five children and their aunty after consuming “toxic food”, the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has suggested to the masses to avoid dining out unless the government took concrete measures to ensure human safety.
Consumers are being warned to be on the lookout for fake olive oil
Food experts are predicting 2019 to be a bad year for fraudulent olive oils flooding the market. Bad weather and the spread of a bacteria that kills olive trees in Europe has resulted in years of bad harvests but none quite so devastating as this year.
SA's finest food industry to create trading opportunities in Japan
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said in order to explore the economic potential that the two countries have, both countries make efforts to promote trade through trade exhibitions such as FOODEX. File Photo: IOL
Woodlands Dairy and COYSA play their unconventional part in preserving the environment
Woodlands Dairy food group is committed to spreading the message of environmental health. The company recently embarked on a clean-up campaign that invited participants in the creative sector to get their hands dirty. The end result? A clean city and an eye-catching billboard mad
How Restaurants Saved Money by Reducing Food Waste
According to a new Champions 12.3 report, for every $1 restaurants invested in programs to reduce kitchen food waste, on average they saved $7 in operating costs.
Sugar tax will shrink the industry, says South African sugar association
The South African Sugar Association (SASA) said on Thursday it was disappointed by the announcement that there will be an increase in the Health Promotion Levy (HPL), commonly known as "sugar tax".
No money for jam: How not to waste tons of tomatoes
The country’s most exclusive, priceless tomato jam is reserved for the country’s most food-insecure people – those in shelters, old-age homes and creches.
SA grocery prices drastically increase
Although overall consumer inflation has dropped in the country since October 2018, South Africans are paying more for groceries such as vegetables, fizzy drinks and meat.
Govt to introduce warning labels on junk food
The Chief Director of Nutrition in the Department of Health says that government hopes to soon introduce regulations about front-of-pack warning labels for food high in salt, sugar and fat.
Top pollutants on beaches
THE results of the 2018 International Coastal Clean-up, which annually took place during September have been released and once again,the biggest pollutants are broken down plastic and foam pieces.
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