Latest Food Standards Agency Stories
The United Kingdom’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has given Salba® Chia a positive novel food opinion for its chia seeds.
You may want to start washing your hands after petting fluffy, because new estimates indicate that 350,000 people a year in the United Kingdom become infected with toxoplasmosis.
England’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) recently issued a statement saying that store-bought eggs can still be safely consumed within “a day or two” of their expiration date “provided they are cooked thoroughly.”
An investigation into the sale of milk from cloned cow offspring has uncovered evidence that the meat of cattle sired by cloned cows has also entered the British food supply.
British food safety officials said Monday they plan to investigate a claim that milk from the offspring of a cloned cow was on sale for public consumption.
BOULDER, Colo., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by The Organic Center -- We (The Organic Center) strongly refute the claim made by Dr. Alan Dangour and his U.K. colleagues that the nutritional benefits of organic food are 'not important.' Left unchallenged, the U.K.
In the UK, the Food Standards Agency is urging chocolate bar producers to make their products 1/5 smalle
Organic foods have no more nutritional value than their non-organic counterparts, according to a new report from the UK-based Food Standards Agency.
Food safety experts have said that women who are pregnant or breast feeding do not have to avoid peanuts, even if there is a family history of allergy.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.