A UK takeaway owner has been fined £2,000 and ordered to pay £200 in costs after admitting selling dishes labelled as containing lamb and almonds which were actually mutton and peanuts.
Two men arrested in connection with the death of a girl after suffering an allergic reaction have been released on bail.
Driven by busy ‘time poor’ lifestyles and an ageing population, the convenience market continues to flourish, according to Loma Systems which is putting more emphasis on the sector.
Food recalls for this week have been notified by Canada, Germany, USA, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden, Malta, Ireland, New Zealand and Denmark.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is helping companies prevent and identify inadequate temperatures during transportation and storage, according to Monnit.
Food recalls for this week have been notified by the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, USA, Iceland, Sweden, Croatia and Denmark.
Most consumers do not wash their hands after using handheld phones or tablets in the kitchen, according to a survey.
Sabra Dipping Company has recalled hummus after Listeria monocytogenes was found in its facility.
Digi International has purchased a provider of temperature monitoring and task management tools for the food industry.
Anritsu and Peco InspX have launched product inspection systems at Pack Expo in Chicago.
Alternative testing methods should be considered during outbreaks of unusual gastrointestinal illness when typical foodborne pathogens are not identified, according to the analysis of an outbreak in a US Correctional...
An Indian not-for-profit organization has inaugurated its second Food Safety and Quality Control Lab (FSQC Lab) in Lucknow.
Massey University is mulling the creation of a centre based around a novel food processing technology.
Three southern African countries have strengthened food safety through a 12 month project funded by FAO.
Kraft Heinz is recalling one of its Lunchables products as it contains wheat and soy which are not declared on the label.
Governments and industry should take measures to combat food fraud, according to Consumentenbond, after the group found authenticity issues in Dutch products.
Food recalls and alerts for the first week of October have been notified by England, Ireland, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada, USA, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium and Denmark.
We have collected below the highlights from recent research relevant to food safety and quality control.
A cheese and ham pizza that contained neither cheese nor ham has been found by officials in Warwickshire.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken action in two different cases over food safety concerns.
Food recalls and alerts for the start of September have been notified by England, Ireland, Hong Kong, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, Malta, Sweden, Belgium...
Micreos has said it is ‘very positive’ following a European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) opinion on its technology for Listeria monocytogenes in Ready to Eat (RTE) foods.
Almost 70% of people trust food inspectors “a great deal” or “quite a lot” to make sure food is safe, according to a survey.
More than a quarter of soy sauce brands tested by the Hong Kong Consumer Council have been found to contain a possibly carcinogenic compound, while a similar number failed to...
Food recalls, issues and alerts for a week in July came from England, USA, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium/Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands and Denmark.