The food entrepreneur and founder of street food event KERB, talks bikes, reggae and snout tacos.
The European Commission has dropped plans that would have seen refillable olive oil bottles banned in restaurants throughout Europe from 2014.
The European Commission has announced measures to secure the future of Atlanto-Scandian herring fishing, bringing European fisheries closer to their wish of sanctions on Faroe Islands.
Starting next year, refillable olive oil bottles and dipping bowls will be banned from restaurant tables by new regulations passed by the European Commission.
The European Commission will finalise a two-year ban on bee-harming neonicotinoid pesticides in the coming weeks to begin on December 1st.
With the majority of supermarkets now dropping their requirement for chickens to be fed non-GM food, the debate for meaningful labeling for consumers is raised again.
“Life without wine would be too sad to contemplate. Oysters without white wine, cheese and no red… It does not bear contemplating.”
Frozen mince containing between 1% and 5% horsemeat has been removed from the shared catering kitchen of two schools in Edinburgh.
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.
The first confirmed instance of adulteration in white meat has been revealed by the Greek food authorities.