Raw cured bacon is one of the foods that could be affected by the guidance

New botulinum guidance could hit cured meat shelf-life

By Rick Pendrous

Cured meat manufacturers are worried that revised guidance for manufacturers from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on controlling the dangerous bacterium Clostridium botulinum in their products could result in dramatically reduced shelf-life.

New Zealand’s sheep exports have flourished since subsidies were lifted, claims the former New Zealand high commissioner

UK should ‘learn lesson’ from New Zealand over subsidies

By Noli Dinkovski

Removing subsidies and opening up markets post-Brexit is likely to result in increased domestic food and farming productivity while boosting food security, the former New Zealand high commissioner to the UK has argued.

The vast majority of UK consumers do not know how much wholegrain they should eat

Confusion over wholegrain consumption

By Noli Dinkovski

Confusion over which foods contain wholegrain is leading to misunderstanding over how much of it people needed to consume, a survey has found.

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