Food safety and labelling

Sainsbury calls for agreed allergen threshold limits

Portion sizes: ‘A 500g [gluten-free] ready meal could actually have a lot of gluten’

Sainsbury’s head of analytical testing has called for agreement on threshold limits for the presence of allergens in food and drink to provide reassurance to food manufacturers, retailers and, most importantly, consumers about the risk of allergic reactions.

The contaminated egg scandal is likely to intensify, claims Professor Chris Elliott

Contaminated egg scandal ‘likely to intensify’

Professor Walker: better industry communication required a collaborative approach

Food firms need to show honesty: research boss

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Food and drink industry appointments photogallery

The Food Standards Agency needs to build more trust with businesses, says Heather Hancock

FSA aims for ‘right touch’ regulation

Griffiths: 'There are dangers in messing with our current [food safety] laws'

Mess with food safety laws at our peril

Proos said SAFE could lead development of targeted probiotic biocides

Factory microbiome helps target hygiene

Food Manufacture’s food safety survey revealed corners had been cut to meet targets

Food hygiene corners sometimes cut to meet production targets

Two for truth: ‘Food Evolution’ film director Scott Hamilton Kennedy (right) and producer Trace Sheehan pictured at IFT17 in Las Vegas

‘Food science’s top challenge: confirmation bias’

DocLogix's new management system aims to make compliance with workplace health and safety simpler

System aids compliance with safety regulations

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