Food Safety Magazine invited industry leaders in food retail to help elucidate the challenges around creating a culture of food safety.
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How pesticide expert’s new approach will help risk assessors to make better use of epidemiological data.
Why farmers and manufacturers are turning to automation for prevention-based control throughout the supply chain.
Globally, one out of 10 people fall sick every year from eating contaminated food, with the African and Southeast Asian regions having the highest incidence.
Tea lovers, see why exposure to pyrrolizidine alkaloids for frequent consumers of tea and herbal infusions is a possible long-term concern for human health.
Some on both sides of the border are trying to seize the renegotiation momentum and inject new thinking and suggestions about these issues into the debate.
Disappointing though, the truth is that food crime is considerably more subtle, nuanced and endlessly fascinating than the popular narrative suggests.
Any looming threat to a nation will generally entail a threat to their food supply. What can food defense professionals do?
A meeting of European Union agriculture ministers in Estonia yesterday to discuss the fipronil contaminated eggs crisis suggested the outbreak has now been mostly contained. Following the meeting, EU Health […]
From tractors and trailers to methods for testing soils and even fish-farming, ISO Standards play an essential role in feeding the world. As pressure on land and resources increases alongside […]
A new report from the three agencies presents new data on antibiotic consumption and antibiotic resistance and reflects improved surveillance across Europe. The European Food Safety Authority, the European Medicines […]