Duck is flying off the shelf despite last month’s bird flu outbreak at an East Yorkshire duck farm…
Asda in the spotlight as FSA publishes campylobacter results
The grocery and poultry industries respond to the Food Standards Agency study that has revealed 70% of all chickens sold in UK supermarkets are contaminated with campylobacter to some degree.
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A checklist to help manufacturers adapt to new EU labelling rules has been published by the Food & Drink Federation (FDF).
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