UK animal welfare charity, the RSPCA, is calling for its supporters to back clearer labelling of welfare standards on meat.
2013 was, without question, a year dominated by supply chain and provenance issues, and the horse meat debacle won't be going away any time soon.
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If German brewers have their wishes granted, the country’s medieval beer purity law may soon be classed alongside the Pyramids at Giza, Spanish flamenco and Angkor Wat.
The US Food and Drug Administration has reached a $1.25m settlement of a civil money penalty action against Advanced Sterilization Products and two of its executives.
More than a million people admit that they drink and drive once a week, according to figures released to mark the launch of this year's 'Designated Driver' Christmas campaign by Coca‑Cola.
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- 'Green Coffee' carbon footprint rule launched for global coffee industry
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- Court order keeps Alfred Louie from production until it cleans up
- NSF acquires Brazil’s Bioensaios Analysis and Environmental Consultancy
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- Bottled water is tested more often than tap water, says new report
- Fonterra welcomes new dairy cooperation arrangement
- European Union prepares ban on South African citrus imports
- Kraft did not deliver on its responsibilities, says Starbucks
- James Potter Eggs wins Good Farm Animal Welfare Award
- RAP guidance to help industry hit 1.1 million tonne waste reduction target