The number of people infected by campylobacter in England and Wales is rising, despite the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) campaign to drive the figures down.
A factory making toffee apples for Halloween was burnt down at the weekend.
Sausages containing wheat and celery were among the products recalled due to incorrect labelling over the past week.
Insight into the latest food safety scientific and technological developments and an understanding about the complexity of the food supply chain will be the key topics under discussion at the...
A German egg factory owner has been arrested in connection with a fatal salmonella outbreak, as a US former peanut company boss was sentenced to 28 years in jail over...
Scotland is forming its own Food Crime Unit to fight fraud and unsafe practices within the supply chain.
Food safety remains a “fundamental issue of concern” for the food industry, government and consumers and attending events such as the Food Manufacture Group’s Food safety conference will arm delegates...
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a huge fire at a salad factory.
Boots has been forced to recall sushi that may contain metal shards, shortly after Premier Foods withdrew gravy granule tubs due to fears over similar metal contamination.
Food safety incidents caused by microbes continue to rise after E. Coli overtook salmonella as the “number one” problem, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Poultry processor Cargill is set to introduce cutting-edge SonoSteam technology as part of its battle against food poisoning bug campylobacter.
Premier Foods has blamed a production fault for its recall of thousands of tubs of Bisto For Chicken Gravy Granules and Reduced Salt Bisto For Chicken Gravy Granules.
3D food printing presents one of the top four food safety challenges of tomorrow, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Halloumi cheese and infused oils that could pose a serious health risk are among the products that have been recalled over the past week.
2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG) revealed plans to step up control of campylobacter with techniques such as secondary scalding, after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) reported 73% of supermarket chickens...
Nearly three-quarters (73%) of fresh supermarket chicken tested positive for the presence of campylobacter during the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) year-long survey, it revealed today (September 10).
Morrisons was one of four firms forced to issue food safety recalls recently, after detecting Listeria monocytogenes in its Savers Cooked Ham.
A mass case of food poisoning among Luxembourg’s football squad nearly forced the nation to postpone its Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus last night (September 8).
An ultraviolet (UV) light-emitting diode (LED) lamp has been launched for use with a special ‘glow lotion’ to assess the impact of hand washing training.
The head of the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) Food Crime Unit (FCU) Andy Morling will outline his priorities for action at the Food Manufacture Group’s food safety conference, which takes...
Changes could be on the cards for the way in which food safety is managed within food businesses, following proposals by the European Commission to review the EU’s hazard analysis...
A production problem, which left bran flake products contaminated with small pieces of plastic, has prompted both Sainsbury and Tesco to issue product recalls.
Müller Wiseman Dairies is probing the source of Listeria monocytogenes (Lm), which has forced the recall of four cream products.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is probing the threat of salmonella from wafers, after four products – linked to a single supplier in the Netherlands – were recalled last week.
Fears about salmonella have sparked three more food safety recalls of wafer products, after Tesco recalled its free-from Belgium chocolate wafers last week.