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FSA launches safe space for food crime intelligence

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has responded to industry concerns over sharing information on food crime by launching a new reporting facility. Food Crime Confidential allows anyone with suspicions about food crime to report them safely and in confidence, over the phone or through email. The facility, which wil be hosted by the National Food Crime Unit…
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The Review

Meat cuts, food fraud and dodgy palm oil. Sustainable diets: Three cheers for Holland The Netherlands’ Nutrition Centre has updated its dietary advice and has B advised a halving of meat consumption, to 500g per week. No more than 300g of this should be red meat, they say, in the main because of its considerable environmental footprint.…
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Analysis: Industry must speak out against supply chain sinners

It’s a little over three years since the horsemeat scandal sent shockwaves through the food industry. But for all that ‘horsegate’ did to raise awareness of food crime, are businesses really doing everything they can to help stamp out deliberate acts of substitution and adulteration? In March, the Food Standards Agency published its first ever…
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