Professor Chris Elliott

Some US food imports could prove hard to stomach, warns Professor Chris Elliott

City Food Lecture

US trade deal ‘may lead to unwanted food imports’

By Michael Stones

A US trade deal may result in Britain importing a range of food products that most consumers find unacceptable, warns Professor Chris Elliott in his City Food Lecture 2017.  

The Elliott review was prompted by the discovery of horse in beef products in 2013

Elliott Review

Speed and cash crucial to food fraud strategy

By Rod Addy

The Elliott Review may count for little in preventing a similar scandal to ‘horsegate’ unless its proposals are implemented swiftly and funded properly, according to experts.

Elliott: 'Up to government now'

Horsemeat report: delays ‘concern’ food industry

By Rod Addy

The food industry has expressed concern over the fate of Professor Chris Elliott’s final report on the handling of the 2013 horsemeat scandal, which has been delayed until Parliament’s next session.

Rick Pendrous, editor, Food Manufacture

Who pays for ensuring food is safe and legal?

By Rick Pendrous

The latest scandal within the foodservice sector, with a Which? survey of takeaway lamb curries and kebabs identifying the presence of other cheaper species including beef, chicken and turkey, just goes to show that food fraud didn't end with last...

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