These are all the posts that have been tagged with meat.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have published details of a review into the sites where meat products are processed and stored in the UK.
As part of the government’s strategy to cut childhood and adult obesity, major steps to cut people’s excessive calorie intake have been unveiled by Public Health England (PHE).
The world’s first plastic-free aisle has been unveiled at an Amsterdam supermarket.
The Soil Association has released its Organic Market 2018, with results showing that dairy accounted for 28.7% of the UK’s total organic spend in 2016-17, and saw an increase of 3.1% in value for that period.
The enforcement action preventing Russell Hume from processing and distributing meat products has been lifted at its Liverpool, UK site.
After what felt like a very long January, February is finally upon us. While the likes of Dry January and Veganuary may have finished for some people, others will still be persevering with their more general New Year’s resolutions to live healthier, eat less junk and exercise more often.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have announced that they will be undertaking a review of meat cutting premises and cold stores.
Cargill and its Danish potato starch partner, AKV Langholt AmbA, are investing $22.5 million (€19m) in a new potato starch production unit at its Langholt facility in Denmark.
Research conducted by AHDB suggests that more dairy products would be sold if a brighter spotlight was shone on their health benefits.
Due to concerns about non-compliance with food hygiene regulations, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has taken action to stop any products from leaving sites operated by meat supplier Russell Hume.
According to research conducted by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), more beef, lamb and dairy products would be sold if a brighter spotlight was shone on their health benefits.
Clean label starch and flour producer Kröner-Stärke has introduced its new range of clean label wheat proteins to the German and European market.
Those that are participating in Veganuary this year – a bit like Dry January, but instead of giving up alcohol for January, it challenges people to adopt veganism for the month – are already more than one week into their pledges.
In a major development that has been hailed by a top UK food scientist, Naked Bacon will be the first of its kind to be made without cancer-causing chemicals.