Unilever potentially moving its group head office outside the UK would be a “body blow” to London’s reputation as a business centre, according to Clive Black, head of research at analyst Shore Capital.
The quest for trailblazing food science and technology students is underway, with the launch of the annual Ecotrophelia awards, backed by food and drink research and services organisation Campden BRI and the Institute of Food Science & Technology...
Representatives from the UK meat and processing industry met with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) earlier this week to discuss concerns over recent cases of non-compliance.
Meat supplier Russell Hume has turned on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) as it emerged it had entered administration, with directors claiming “impossible trading conditions” following an FSA investigation.
Leading nutritionists have challenged controversial research linking cancer to consumption of ‘ultra-processed’ food, claiming one of its biggest weaknesses is failure to adequately define what the term means.
The recent unannounced inspections of meat businesses conducted by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) came from “welcome intelligence” received following the Russell Hume recall situation.