Posted on September 30, 2019 by biocheckuk.
Some of the information tweeted @BioCheckUK in September 2019:
- India: ‘Adulteration in food not less than crime’
- Vegan meals are ‘UK’s fastest growing take-away choice’
- Demand for meat & dairy alternatives is shifting in tandem with a rise for ‘clean-label’
- Controlling contaminants: the new facet of clean label
- New allergen reference doses in VITAL 3.0
- Food safety experts face challenging times ahead
- Chickpeas: The next big protein source for plant-based meat?
- Flooding raises turmeric supply concerns in India
- Byron burger death: Owen Carey’s family demand law change
- Why the world is becoming more allergic to food
- ‘Natasha’s Law’ confirmed
- Will an Owen’s law follow Natasha’s?
- What can restaurants do to help customers with allergies?
- Eurachem 2019 Measurement Uncertainty Workshop
- Peanut allergies affected by exercise and sleep deprivation
- Are plant-based milks entering a vegan renaissance?
- Allergen information for ‘prepacked for direct sale’ food
- FSA Board announces plans to protect people with food allergies and intolerances
- UK’s food supply at risk from climate change and imports: report
- Review of bio-based food contact materials published – potential risk of allergens present?
- Byron chicken allergy death family ‘may sue burger chain’
- RASFF Notifications by Hazard 2018
- FDA Updates Food Defense Plan Builder to support Intentional Adulteration FSMA Rule
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