All news articles for March 2021

Mielken: 'Critics say the benefits of freeports are minimal and claim that organised criminals will be among the few to benefit'

Opinion

Freeports: Benefit or burden?

By Arne Mielken

With the Government’s announcement of the creation of eight new freeports across England, customs expert and founder of the customs and training consultancy Customs Manager Arne Mielken looks at the benefits and potential dowsides for food and drink manufacturers.

Johnson: 'The clear message is act now to ensure you are not a victim'

Food safety opinion

Fraudsters v criminals: do you know what you're dealing with?

By Alison Johnson

Authenticity issues reported in Food Forensics's knowledge base platform over the past 12 months demonstrate an increase of 12% on the previous year, so with fraud on the rise, how do we define a fraudster?

CBD producers have until 31 March to submit novel food applications

CBD ‘key market’ in post-Brexit UK

By James Ridler

Concessions enabling more CBD products to meet the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) novel food application deadline suggest the UK could be becoming a major player in cannabis edibles, according to law firm Fieldfisher.

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