The UK is considering new legislation that would see larger businesses fined for using forest-risk commodities – such as palm oil, soy, and beef – that have not been produced according to relevant local laws.
A group of UK doctors has hit out at the provision of milk in schools arguing dairy is ‘not an essential part of school nutrition’. But do their claims about health and sustainability stack up – or would children lose out?
The Dutch Advertising Code Commission (Stichting Reclame Code) is warning the creators of an Instagram post that claiming mushroom nutrients can strengthen the immune system and are antiviral will not be tolerated.
The German Federal Government plans to pass a supply chain act by the beginning of 2021 that will create binding regulations requiring companies to adhere to human rights and environmental protections. The move has gained widespread support from NGOs...
The European Union’s (EU) new Farm-to-Fork (F2F) Strategy may have been coined in the name of sustainability for its local food chain, but if implemented could have massive cost implications for palm oil exports and major export countries such as Malaysia.
US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has warned that the EU’s Green Deal and Farm-to-Fork (F2F) strategy could damage the competitiveness of European farmers and even lead to more protectionist trade policies.
If the global population adhered to the US or UK’s food based dietary guidelines, food-related emissions would exceed food-system limits for avoiding dangerous levels of climate change by more than three-fold, say researchers.
Around one-fifth of the soy and beef imported to Europe from Brazil can be linked to deforestation in the country, a new study reveals, lending its voice to growing opposition to the trade deal between the EU and Mercosur.