Horsemeat detected in mince in Scottish schools
Frozen mince containing between 1% and 5% horsemeat has been removed from the shared catering kitchen of two schools in Edinburgh.
Food safety awareness improving, says FSA
The Food Standards Agency has published results from the second wave of Food and You surveys, conducted in 2012, revealing British consumers have a greater awareness of food safety.
Horsemeat detected in chicken nuggets
The first confirmed instance of adulteration in white meat has been revealed by the Greek food authorities.
Organic sales up following horsemeat scandal
Organic produce has enjoyed a revival following the horsemeat scandal, despite previous trends away from organics during the economic downturn.
Food for thought
The School Food Plan, food poverty and the joy of breakfast was explored at the second annual Children's Food Conference in London.
Feeding the 9 billion
Not just a competition, the Thought For Food project is a contest for the greater good.
Precautionary principal bypassed in EU pesticide vote
UK fails to back neonicotinoid ban in Europe
Pork DNA found in Halal school meals
Westminster City Council has confirmed pork DNA had been found in Halal chicken sausages in its independent tests of school meals from samples taken at the end of February.
Worth your salt?
Producers, restaurateurs and caterers are being given food for thought for National Salt Awareness Week.
Peter Boddy suspension lifted
The Food Standards Agency has lifted the operating suspension on Peter Boddy Licenced Slaughterhouse in Todmorden, West Yorkshire.