Revisions within the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) final rule on the safe transport of feed and food are supported by the feed sector.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finalized a rule to help prevent food contamination during transportation.
The US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS) is proposing a rule to eliminate what it called ‘redundant’ trichinae control requirements for pork products.
Food regulators will expand Shanghai’s food and drug blacklist to include individuals and companies that are found to use expired materials in food production, in a move prompted by recent...
Six public health and environmental organizations have filed a lawsuit against the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerning a petition restricting the use of perchlorate in food packaging.
From olives painted with blue copper sulphate to monkey meat and sugar laced with fertiliser, Europol and Interpol have seized 10,000 tonnes of fake food in their biggest global operation to date....
A raft of baked and snacking products sold by businesses including retailer Aldi and wholesaler Booker in the UK have been recalled over fears they were produced in unhygienic conditions.
Hot on the heels of Campbell Soup Company’s announcement that it is switching to BPA-free lined cans by 2017, Del Monte Foods, has revealed this week it is converting to...
Comments have been flooding in from consumer groups and industry associations following the announcement that Campbell Soup Company will switch to BPA-free lined cans by 2017.
Bangladesh’s new food safety regulator will commence operations in April with a brief to prevent the production and sale of adulterated food items, the country’s food minister has announced. ...
Campbell Soup Company has announced it will move to cans which do not use Bisphenol A (BPA) linings by the middle of 2017.
Agr International, which develops and manufactures laboratory and on-line testing/quality control devices for containers and similar products, has opened a Service Center in Bangkok, Thailand.
A civil complaint has been filed against Native American Enterprises (NAE) seeking to close it due to food safety concerns.
Six people have been arrested and a further 13 are under investigation after a Spanish investigation into illegal fishing.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) are joining forces to support Georgia’s dairy sector.
Molson Coors Brewery (UK) has been fined £100,000 and ordered to pay costs of more than £30,000 for polluting a river.
Regulation on the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in Europe could be strengthened by 2017.
Foodstuffs were among the largest categories of products intercepted during a World Customs Organization (WCO) operation in the Asia/ Pacific (A/P) region.
The typical diet in Ireland shows worrying signs that consumers could be at risk from exposure to chemicals such as lead, aflatoxins and acrylamide, according to a study by Food...
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has published recommendations to ensure ‘consistency and coherence’ when communicating with external parties during a crisis.
Having declared war on pollution in 2014, Beijing is hoping to pass China’s first law to govern soil contamination next year to curtail damage caused by decades of industrial growth...
China’s most popular food delivery app has found itself at the centre of a television exposé amid claims that its service breaches food safety laws and faces fines pending an...
Foodborne viruses, yeasts and moulds, nanomaterials and development of MALDI-TOF are focus areas for the French food safety authority this year.
A US Department of Agriculture (USDA) program designed to protect consumer has ‘major deficiencies’, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Malaysian officials will study disposable chopsticks to determine whether they pose risks to public health.