The next food fraud? Worse than the ”Horsegate”

If the explosion of the infamous "Horsemeat Scandal" was greeted at first with disbelief and barely concealed laughter from the public and media, the following concern for a public health risk revealed itself in a short time as completely not founded. None of these two reactions seem to be triggered by what could be the … Continue reading The next food fraud? Worse than the ”Horsegate”

FSA UK – Survey on allergen advisory labeling

The survey examined the type of allergen advisory labelling present on pre-packed processed foods sold in the UK, and aimed to quantify the level of allergens resulting from cross-contamination and establish whether the type of advisory labelling used related to the level of allergen present. The current regulatory framework within the European Union mandates the … Continue reading FSA UK – Survey on allergen advisory labeling