The UK's post-Brexit food policy must prioritise domestic fruit and vegetable production if the public's health is to survive the higher cost of eating healthily, according to a Food Foundation report.
A committee looking into alleged lapses at a 2 Sisters poultry site has described the accreditation process as having a ‘patchwork nature’ and said it appears ‘relatively simple’ for someone to hide infractions.
Europe is stretching its lead in the fight against antibiotic resistance as US regulators remain skeptical of tougher restrictions and multinational companies are accused of employing a “double standard” when it comes to emerging markets.
Imposing taxes on high fat and sugar foods will improve children's diets, the British Psychological Society (BPS) said this week, highlighting the need for government intervention in food reformulation and education.
Organic agriculture can feed the world– but only in combination with other actions such as reducing food waste, meat intake and animal feed production, researchers say. The good news is that even partial changes can create a more sustainable food system.