More than half of First Milk’s employees at the two creameries could lose their jobs
The claim ‘one in five meat products contain animal not stated on the label’ is untrue. But there’s no doubt we must be more vigilant in the fight against meat fraud
However, stockpiling added a ’layer of unrecoverable cost for companies’, warned Bord Bia
Henry Dimbleby’s review has a broad remit. But will it survive Brexit, and the passage of time?
The NFU has called on processors, retailers, Defra and the AHDB to work with farmers
British Cherries put the improved outlook down to the strengthening of cherry varieties
Michael Gove has in the past been taken to task for ‘taking the F out of Defra’
The popularity of vertical farming is on the rise. Can it grow from a niche to a major source of food?
The Leon co-founder’s review will form part of work for a new National Food Strategy for England
An animal rights charity says it has seen ”extreme animal suffering” at three of the poultry producer’s farms
The fish species are usually more popular in Europe
A new report from Kite Consulting has claimed the liquid milk sector is in a ‘precarious financial position’
A recall of Galloway cheddar this week was based on ‘false positive’ results, the supplier said
Catering butcher Nigel Fredericks has ceased trading nine months after it was taken over by three former directors of Russell Hume.
It comes more than two decades after a ban was imposed at the height of the BSE crisis
Growers now expect the season to continue until early November, according to British Summer Fruits
Research from British Lion has suggested almost half of UK shoppers want to know where the eggs in their food products are sourced from
Freshness is one of the main barriers to online grocery shopping. Ocado’s new venture could change all that
The online grocer could have 10 vertical farms up and running within a decade