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Product recall: Primula cheese spreads may contain toxic bacteria

Product recall: Primula cheese spreads may contain toxic bacteria

Cheese maker Primula has withdrawn all of its cheese tubes from sale after the discovery of Clostridium botulinum in one of its products. The company, which says it’s working ’round...

Coronavirus: the latest need-to-know food and eating advice

Coronavirus: the latest need-to-know food and eating advice

Has the coronavirus pandemic changed your routine and got you asking questions about the food you eat and how you prepare and store it? We address some of your common food concerns when it comes to COVID-19 and food.

The best and worst places to eat in the UK

The best and worst places to eat in the UK

We reveal which areas rate poorly for food hygiene in the UK and why your local restaurant might not be as clean as it seems.

Product recall: Lupilu Baby Food Pouches at Lidl may contain mould

Product recall: Lupilu Baby Food Pouches at Lidl may contain mould

Lupilu Organic Baby Food Pouches previously on sale at Lidl GB and Lidl Northern Ireland are being recalled over a safety risk caused by the possible presence of mould in...

Food recall: Cow & Gate baby food jars sold at Tesco pose safety risk

Food recall: Cow & Gate baby food jars sold at Tesco pose safety risk

Tesco and Cow & Gate have issued a recall of 15 varieties of Cow & Gate baby food jars in the 7+ months range as there is concern that they may have been tampered with.

Food recall: Heinz By Nature baby food jars for 7+ months, as metal found in jar

Food recall: Heinz By Nature baby food jars for 7+ months, as metal found in jar

Heinz and Tesco have issued a voluntary recall of Heinz By Nature jars of baby food in the 7+ month range after a jar was found to contain metal fragments.

Which? disagrees that fears around chlorinated chicken are ‘unfounded’

Which? disagrees that fears around chlorinated chicken are ‘unfounded’

Which? is concerned that a trade deal with the US could mean chlorinated chicken will be sold in the UK after Brexit. We think this practice means lower hygiene standards that put consumers at risk. Find out what Brexit means for food safety.

Why food safety is a postcode lottery

Why food safety is a postcode lottery

Find out if your area is worst for food hygiene, from takeaways to school dinners, plus how to find how your favourite restaurant fares.

UK households waste 7.3 million tonnes of food a year

UK households waste 7.3 million tonnes of food a year

Roughly 4.4m tonnes of the food wasted in the UK annually is avoidable, and 2m tonnes of this is as a result of food not being used in time. A third of this is because of confusion around the existing date labels, according to new research by sustainability organisation WRAP.

Could the chicken we’re buying be out of date?

Could the chicken we’re buying be out of date?

The UK's biggest supermarket chicken supplier has been accused of poor food safety procedures. Find out more and how to make sure your meat is safe.

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