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Errington Cheese wants judicial review against FSS

Errington Cheese has petitioned for a judicial review to overturn Food Standards Scotland’s (FSS’s) total ban on the sale of its cheeses.

Errington is seeking a judicial review to overturn the FSS ban on the sale of its cheese

Milk price rises continue for dairy companies

Dairy processor Müller has announced a two pence per litre (2ppl) rise to its milk from December 1, to 22.95ppl, after both Arla Foods amba and First Milk announced similar price rises for November.

Bells Food Group in seven-figure pie deal with Lidl

Scottish pie and pastry maker Bells Food Group has struck a seven-figure deal with retailer Lidl to supply it with a range of pies in Scotland.

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Food safety policy to be restructured post-Brexit

The UK needs a more joined up food policy after Brexit, to overcome sustainability, obesity and food safety issues, according to Which? chief policy adviser Sue Davies.

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Retailing competition could reduce Brexit cost impacts

The food sector is so competitive that price wars between retailers may reduce the financial impact of Brexit on shoppers, said grocery think-tank IGD chief executive Joanne Denney-Finch.

Food firms: fatal injuries and prosecutions

Over the past year, more than 20 food and drink firms have been fined for health and safety failings. Four of these prosecutions were for fatalities.

ASA bans Hooch advert for appealing to under-18s

A Hooch advert featuring social media star Joe Charman has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), after it ruled the juvenile behaviour depicted in the ad would appeal to under-18s.

Youngsters cut down on meat for healthier lifestyles

A third (33%) of young people keen to lead a healthier lifestyle have tried to eat less meat, the ‘Healthy Lifestyles UK 2016’ report from Mintel has revealed.