These are all the posts that have been tagged with health.
An auction that will see the processing machinery and equipment of the Linwoods Dairy in Armagh going under the hammer later this month is attracting international attention.
Another week, and another proposed tax being tossed in the direction of the food industry.
Those of you who are already getting into the festive spirit might need to put that glass of egg nog down, as a new government policy is this week urging us to take more responsibility for our own health.
Tate & Lyle has announced its Promitor Soluble Fibre is shortlisted in the Gulfood Manufacturing Industry Excellence Awards.
The share of meat-free new products carrying a vegan/no animal ingredients claim nearly doubled in 2014-17, according to recent research by Mintel.
Here is your weekly round-up of shelf life news.
A study has found that microplastics are now appearing in the digestive systems of humans, and suggests they may be widespread throughout the food chain.
News this week is that France has adopted a bill declaring the use of titanium dioxide as a food colouring has been suspended.
Rude Health has added its first vegan granola to its range.
This week it’s been announced that all flour is to be fortified with folic acid, after ministers acted on the advice of medical experts, who say mandatory fortification will reduce the number of babies born in the UK with serious birth defects.
The UK’s two food regulators – the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland – have published a draft review launched in the wake of a number of high profile non-compliance issues identified at meat cutting plants.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news
This week, headlines have been dominated by an inquest into the tragic death of a teenage girl after she suffered a fatal allergic reaction to a Pret A Manger baguette.
Botanic Lab has launched its new Cannabidiol Botanical Tea Drink, which it says is the first of its kind in the UK.