Norway’s bid to revise monitoring programmes for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) has been rejected.
A Welsh bread manufacturer has been fined after an employee’s hand was trapped by moving blades on a dough-cutting machine.
Nutri-Caille Ltée has had its operating licence suspended for failing to pay meat product inspection fees.
Campden BRI, food and drink research and services, has seen a surge in companies looking for advice on the European Union’s Food Information to Consumers (FIC) Regulation and how to...
Thermo Fisher Scientific's US$13.6bn takeover of Life Technologies has been cleared by the Australian and New Zealand competition commissions after the firm agreed to sell part of its business.
Tyson Foods has been cited for four workplace safety violations totalling $147,000 after a worker's hand was severed by unguarded machine.
Life Technologies’ pathogen detection method has gained Australian Government approval.
China has issued a new draft regulation that would give regulators the authority to blacklist food and beverage manufacturers that have breached food safety standards in the country.
The controls for primary production of food of plant origin in Norway are in compliance with legislation but improvements could be made.
The food industry must do more to prevent food fraud, says an interim UK government report commissioned to assess food integrity in the wake of the horse meat crisis.
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has created a “heightened level of awareness” about allergens and pathogens within the dairy industry, food safety specialist Neogen has claimed.
While many questions remain about the Food Safety Modernization Act, one industry expert advised that the time to start putting plans in place is upon us.
A report calling for stronger policing of the food industry and tougher penalties for fraud has been backed by an EU committee.
Alfred Louie, Inc., has been ordered to stop processing and distributing food until it cleans up unsanitary conditions found by US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspectors.
Thermo Fisher Scientific’s $13.6bn deal for Life Technologies has been cleared by the EU Commission with conditions.
General Mills has become the latest in a line of companies in the food industry to fall foul of past environmental actions.
Hong Kong has banned the import of poultry products from a Germany state over an outbreak of low-pathogenic H5 avian influenza on a poultry holding.
The government must continue to press the EU for the production of desinewed meat (DSM) to resume, 18 months after a temporary ban, according to a UK committee.
Canada is to introduce penalties for businesses that fail to respect meat safety requirements.
Botanical food supplements deemed medicinal have less than six months to achieve herbal medicines status or be removed from shelves in the UK – but the sector says the law...
Dairy farmers are being warned not to add milk from other sources into their supply by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Food Label Compass, a joint project by FoodMinds, Nutrition Impact and EAS Consulting Group, helps food firms navigate sweeping changes to US labeling requirements.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has suspended the operating licence of Salaison Levesque for failing to put in place required measures to ensure safe production of meat products.
Scotland is to strengthen its food safety laws in response to the findings of two reports focussing on the horsemeat fraud.
Elisabeth Hagen is to leave the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) after three years.