Poultry industry standards outlined by Humane Farm Animal Care bring clearer, stronger definition to “free range” and “pasture raised” labelling.
Randox Food Diagnostics has received US Department of Agriculture (USDA) approval for its Ractopamine screening products.
MEPs have called for extra measures to tackle food fraud following last year’s horse meat crisis, in a non-legislative resolution passed on Tuesday.
With regulations like the Food Safety Modernization Act requiring higher safety and sanitation standards, HACCP certification is an important step in ensuring an operation passes muster.
For the first time, the United States Pharmacopoeia is proposing a monograph on a probiotic organism as a food ingredient in the latest series of draft monographs put forward for...
FDA has published another proposed rule in the rollout of the Food Safety Modernization Act. The rule spells out plans companies must have in place to defend against intentional adulteration...
Canada’s food safety system has been given the lowest audit rating that enables it to keep exporting food to the US.
Beira Mar Importers Co. has had its cheese import licence cancelled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
Tata Steel has been fined £25,000 after a worker had his hand crushed in machinery at a site in South Wales.
A ‘Tank Cleaning Systems’ subgroup created by the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG) will meet at the VDMA in Frankfurt next month to discuss its guidelines.
The food industry must control the presence of dioxins, furans and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) more accurately, according to a European Commission recommendation.
Mid-sized snack player Terrell’s Potato Chip Company faces $115,500 in fines for new and recurring ‘serious’ safety hazards at its New York production plant.
A food processing aid used against Salmonella has been backed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Ensuring compliance with legislation is the main challenge and concern for food and beverage manufacturers.
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.