The French Government has announcer measures to reduce pesticide use in farming, but has softened its stance on an outright ban on controversial chemical glyphosate, which is believed to cause canc
EFSA’s plant health experts believe that the pathogen causing citrus black spot disease (CBS) is present in Europe.
In a panel discussion hosted in Monheim, Germany on November 29, five food chain experts concluded that food safety is only one aspect of a complex series of required private standards.
In attendance at Huelva’s Citriculture Forum organised by the Ecovalia association was Valentín Almansa, general director of Spain’s Health of Agricultural Production department of the Ministry of
In recent times, concerns have been raised regarding the safety of citrus fruits from southern Africa, with pleas from Valencia’s politicians for the EU to intervene.
The banana is the world’s most valuable export market for fresh fruit, but until now, conditions for those working in the industry have not been good enough.
Authorities in the UK are investigating an outbreak of E.coli O157.
New testing and other standards for producing sprouts – which have been associated with various foodborne illness outbreaks – is one of the key elements of the now final FDA Food Safety Modernizati
A Dutch supermarket chain sells insect burgers and nuggets, a Belgian supermarket chain offers burgers with buffalo worms, and vegetable spreads made with mealworms, and in the UK, bags of whole me
GLOBALG.A.P., the internationally trusted farm certification standards organization, and the United Fresh Produce Association gathered leading US retail chains and producers, last Thursday June 11,