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Chocolates recalled after plastic contamination
Plastic contamination has sparked the recall of chocolate truffles manufactured by Montezuma’s Chocolates.
CoYo refutes Pret’s claims over second allergen death
The manufacturer at the centre of the latest Pret a Manger allergen controversy has said claims made against it by the retailer are “unfounded.”
FDA Bans 7 Cancer-Causing Food Additives Found in Popular Foods
Under pressure from EWG and other environmental and public health groups, the Food and Drug Administration has banned seven substances used in artificial flavors that have been linked to cancer in animals.
10 facts about single-use plastics and why we should give it up
The campaign aims to get people to re-think our "throwaway lifestyles" within the context of finite resources and accumulating waste. According to the WWF, at the heart of this conversation is our increasing reliance on single-use plastics.
Denmark discusses labeling food for climate impact
(CNN)The Danish government began discussing proposals Tuesday to oblige food manufacturers and supermarkets to put labels on their products that would rate their impact on the environment and climate.
Fears rat hair, maggots and mould might start appearing in British food following post-Brexit trade deal
US Trade Representative said it was ‘concerned’ about EU measures for ‘food safety and protecting human, animal, or plant life or health’
Poultry firm incident: two workers found dead
Two men have been found dead close to a poultry factory in Norfolk, less than a day after it announced it was seeking buyers for the business.
IBM Food Trust commercial blockchain launch links food safety from farm to dinner table
After 18 months of testing, IBM Corp. today announced the commercial availability of its food safety blockchain-based platform, IBM Food Trust, designed for global use by farms, distributors and retailers.
More Women Owning Agricultural Land in Africa Means Increased Food Security and Nutrition
Despite women being key figures in agriculture and food security, gender inequality is holding back progress towards ending hunger, poverty, and creating sustainable food systems.
SA’s honey imports keep rising
The country is a honey-deficient producer, but imports don’t come with pollinators or support jobs.
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