Delvo Cheese CT-Taste: enables companies to produce cheese ‘more efficiently’

Cheese cultures cut ripening times by 50%

By Noli Dinkovski

Producers of cheeses such as Manchego, Gouda and Edammer are now able to halve their ripening times without compromising on quality, the maker of a new cheese culture has claimed.

Errington Cheese has dropped its application for a judicial review of Food Standards Scotland's decision making process

Errington Cheese and FSS E.coli row rolls on

By Matt Atherton

The row between Errington Cheese and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) continued this week, after FSS rejected claims it offered to pay the cheesemaker’s legal fees in full, in return for the firm dropping its application for a judicial review of a destruction...

Dunsyre Blue: The Errington-produced cheese contains ‘no harmful bacteria’, according to Actalia

E.coli cheese link rejected by French lab

By Noli Dinkovski

A cheesemaker implicated in an E.coli outbreak that led to the death of three-year-old girl has been given the all-clear by a leading European food safety laboratory.

£20,000 of cheese won't be destroyed after FSS withdrew its destruction order

Cheese firm keeps £20,000 of stock after E.coli link

By Matt Atherton

The owner of Errington Cheese has won a battle to keep £20,000 of his stock, after Food Standards Scotland (FSS) withdrew its order to destroy all remaining cheese following its alleged link to a July E.coli outbreak.

Special K Biscuit Moments and Cheetos were among the recalled products

Undeclared allergens cause food recalls

By James Ridler

Salmon skewers, cheese snacks and breakfast snacks were some of the products recalled last month over reports of undeclared allergens, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

Lasagne has been identified as a possible source of child poisoning cases

Histamine poisoning link to cheddar

By Rick Pendrous

Cheddar cheese, consumed by five-year olds at school, in products such as lasagne and macaroni cheese, has been identified as a potential source of food poisoning incidents associated with a compound called histamine, which can form during cheese ripening.


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