Scotland’s meat wholesalers have written to secretary of state for Scotland Alister Jack, warning that the red meat sector is heading for ‘substantial market turbulence’ during the UK’s exit from the EU.
Climate change is putting food safety at risk and action is needed to prepare the food system for the challenges ahead, according to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). FoodNavigator speaks to the FAO’s Vittorio Fattori, Food Safety and...
British craft brewers controlled by Japanese producer Kirin have assured drinkers that any profits from their beer will remain in the UK following an investigation into the funding of human rights abuses against Rohingya people in Burma.
Nestlé is ready to be “much more acquisitive” now after 18 months of aggressively selling underperforming businesses and brands that did not tidily fit into the company’s new image of itself as a primarily nutrition, health and wellness business, according...
Food safety campaigners are hopeful the European Commission will rethink its stance on titanium dioxide (or E171) after a committee voted down new specifications for E171 and instead passed a resolution calling on the EC to remove E171 from the list of...
We no longer have the luxury of tackling obesity and climate change separately, says Quorn’s sustainable development manager Tess Kelly, who revealed the brand is committed to launching a complete nutritional review of its product portfolio.
African Swine Fever has been confirmed in Germany, Europe’s largest pork producer, raising the likelihood of widespread disruption in the market and downward pressure on pork prices. FoodNavigator founds out why.
Sustainability had moved to the forefront of consumers’ minds in recent years – but has the coronavirus pandemic changed all that? Beverage brands innocent and SodaStream have faith that the progress of previous years has not been in vain.
Public Health England has unveiled new voluntary salt reduction goals for industry at the same time as publishing a second progress report on salt reduction. The report reveals ‘little progress’ made from 2017 to 2018, says the British Nutrition Foundation.
Pests and diseases are threatening Cavendish bananas with extinction. Dutch university Wageningen and plant research company KeyGene are jointly joining international researchers battling to save the popular fruit.