Burnt toast might be doing worse things to you than ruining the taste of your breakfast says a British government food agency. The UK’s Food Standards Agency has launched, Go for Gold, a campaign warning...

Cafés, restaurants, supermarkets and other food retailers located in Northern Ireland now must display a hygiene ratings sticker showing patrons just how hygienic their business really is. The Food Hygiene...

The latest findings from global market research organisation Mintel suggests that the importance of ‘traceability’ has more than doubled for consumers in the UK following the horse meat scandal in...

The UK’s Department of Health yesterday insisted the country’s coalition government has yet to make a decision on the future of the Food Standards Agency. Reports this weekend in the UK suggested...

A leading professor has stepped down from his role in a UK government group set up to look at public opinion on GM food in protest over efforts to “rig” findings, according to reports. Prof...

The UK’s Food Standards Agency has today published revised, voluntary salt reduction targets for industry to meet by 2012 – offering more challenging targets to the food industry. The revision...

The UK Food Standards Agency warns that one in five UK traditional Christmas dinner lovers will risk food poisoning this year by eating old turkey leftovers. A FSA survey looked into the eating habits...

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has established that there is a continued downward trend in the amount of salt consumed by people in the UK. The Agency has been pushing the decreased salt message for a...

Alarming results released today by the Australian Division of World Action on Salt and Health (AWASH) show that only 2% of sausages in Australian supermarkets meet acceptable salt levels. AWASH revealed...