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In the News

‘In the News’ provides you with the latest news on British food as reported in the media. Check the home page of our website daily for links to the most up-to-date news stories. See the news archive below for a full listing of all recent stories.

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Todays food headlines
12 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Is the rise in antibiotic use on farms a threat to humans?  Experts and campaigners worry about the use of veterinary antibiotics, but officials say there is little cause for concern

Exclusive: The agricultural revolution - UK pushes Europe to embrace GM crops.  Environment Secretary will urge EU to relax restrictions on crop licensing

Birds Eye beef pledge

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11 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Aldi meat labels accused of ‘misleading’ Scots

Co-operative Food launches farming groups for British meat and poultry suppliers

Record numbers attend Open Farm Sunday

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10 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Bring Home the Harvest judge, Raymond Blanc, finds the challenge 'exciting and inspiring'

Horse meat victim Birds Eye vows to buy more British beef

NFU meets with minister to push for effective supermarket adjudicator

Wensleydale Creamery Sweeps Up at National Cheese Awards

Butchers and farmers dismiss meat shortage worries

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6 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Shoppers seeking out British food

Labour to promote 'Best of British' food

Oysters top list of bottom foods

Pork Ladies push Red Tractor logo

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5 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Young Shoppers are driving an increase in the number of those seeking out British food, according to new figures

Horse meat scandal pushes Tesco into quarterly UK fall

Horse meat review launched by Government

Heartbreak over end of Denhay cheese

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4 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Meat is a treat – MPs' advice to the public as global food shortages loom

Industry cuts back on British potatoes as prices soar

Rapeseed oil sales soar as cooks turn to it instead of olive oil because it has half the amount of saturated fat

Farmers to fly the flag with new Buy British campaign

'Cheese is from plants' - study reveals child confusion

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3 June 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Children think cheese grows on plants: Primary school children think that cheese grows on plants and fish fingers are made of chicken, a survey has found.

Get Better, Get British

Key EU fishing reform deal clinched

 
 
30 May 2013 PDF Print E-mail

NFU urges farmers to fly the flag for British food

Man arrested after horsemeat investigations

Bad weather leaves fishing catches down 50 per cent

Consultation ends on bid to amend Stilton cheese’s protected status

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29 May 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Farmer's fury at Tesco lamb mince label

Outrage as Council stops schools from serving potatoes to children.. because they are "too expensive"

Famous caves to be used to mature and flavour Welsh cheese

Coming to your local supermarket soon: Chicken à la maggots

Don’t forget the humble cuttle fish this coming month

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28 May 2013 PDF Print E-mail

NFU supports British Food Fortnight's Bring Home the Harvest

New Crediton Dairy bosses pledge to back British

Could creepy-crawlies become part of the British diet?

Celebrate English Wine Week

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