A bakery, which was ordered to close on Tuesday (March 21) over food hygiene concerns – including “filthy” work surfaces and a “mouldy growth” – was found open for business the following day....
Claims that Brazil’s biggest meat processors have sold rotten beef and poultry highlight the importance of securing an EU trade deal that maintains Britain’s safety standards, says the National Farmers...
A meat firm has been ordered to pay £54,000 in fines and costs for seven food hygiene offences, after a bag of putrefying meat filled with maggots was found behind...
The results of the latest campylobacter survey, revealing a drop of more than 100,000 human cases of the food poisoning infection, have been welcomed by consumer group Which?
Two men have been found guilty of conspiracy to commit fraud, after supplying 116t of turkey to butchers and restaurants, claiming it was halal lamb.
Food businesses would need a ‘permit to trade’ before being allowed to start up, under new proposals from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) being considered as part of its Regulating...
A £2M fine imposed on Warburtons after one of its workers sustained life-changing injuries is the “new normal” for cases of this kind, following the imposition of tougher sentencing guidelines,...
The Norwich-based Institute of Food Research (IFR) will transform into the Quadram Institute (QI), a pioneering new facility for food and health research, with effect from April 28 2017.
A Glamorgan bakery was fined more than £10,000 for 36 food hygiene offences, including placing unfit food on the market, failure to protect food from contamination and failing to control rodents.
Quorn Foods and Tesco were among the food businesses that recalled products over the past month.
Bakery retailer Sayers was fined more than £160,000 last week for 13 food safety breaches, after cockroach and mice infestations were identified at its Poundcafe in Liverpool.
Taking part in the Food Manufacture Group’s short food safety survey will help to raise industry standards and offers the chance of winning an iPad.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has denied claims that more than a quarter of abattoirs fail to take basic food hygiene precautions in preventing contaminated meat entering the supply chain.
About 23,000 birds will be culled in Suffolk, after a case of avian (bird) flu was identified near Redgrave.
Food manufacturers should adjust their pest control measures as the seasons change, a pest elimination expert has argued.
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Campden BRI launched a number of new projects last month (January) that are designed to identify the future innovation needs of the food and drink supply chain.
It's crucial to prevent food and drink safety recall incidents becoming crises, as Michelle Knott discovers.
A food industry network set up to combat the threat of fraud in the supply chain is inviting food and drink manufacturers to join its membership base.
The cheesemaker implicated in an E.coli outbreak that led to the death of a three-year-old girl has spoken of his “relief” after two of his products were seized – as...
A criminal investigation has been launched over an alleged “tampering incident”, after a battery was found inside a Co-op hollow chocolate bunny.
The owner of a halal butchery business has been ordered to pay more than £7,500 for nine food safety breaches, after mouse droppings were found in a meat display and...
Mondelēz International has launched an investigation, after a live maggot was found in one of its Christmas biscuit selection boxes.
National Food Crime Unit boss Andy Morling says there’s more work to be done to protect the nation against food and drink fraud.
Food supplier Pioneer Foods was fined £275,000 after pleading guilty to 11 food safety offences, including selling listeria-contaminated meat.