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Latest News 

 

'Brexit' Likely To Increase Food Prices, says NFU

A study commisioned by the National Farmers' Union (NFU) has been undertaken by the LEI at Wageningen University - a world-leading agricultural research institute. The results of the study will be presented at 28 NFU meetings across England during April, 2016. The research suggests that consumers would face higher food prices if Britain were to leave the EU under two out of three of the most plausible trade scenarios modelled by the NFU. A summary of the study shows:

  • Scenario One: If the UK were to strike a free-trade agreement with the EU along the lines of Canada, the study suggests farmgate prices, or the price of goods if purchased directly from the producer, would rise by 5 percent.
  • Scenario Two: If Britain falls back on World Trade Organisation default arrangements, the study suggests that prices will rise by approximately 8 percent.
  • Scenario Three: Under the 'trade liberalisation' scenario, the NFU research suggests that significant price reductions may occur, as compared to current EU prices. (April, 2016)

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Processed Meat and Cancer Link

The World Health Organisation has announced that 'processed' meats - such as bacon, sausages and ham - do cause cancer, according to recent research findings. The WHO's report has stated that 50g of processed meat a day - less than two slices of bacon - increased the chance of developing colorectal cancer by 18%. Meanwhile, it said red meats were "probably carcinogenic" but there was limited evidence. The WHO did stress that meat also had health benefits. Cancer Research UK said this was a reason to cut down rather than give up red and processed meats and added that an occasional bacon sandwich would do little harm. (25/10/2015)

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Avian Influenza Outbreak Information

The strain of avian influenza found on a duck breeding farm in East Yorkshire has been identified as H5N8, the same type seen in recent outbreaks in Europe. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has said the risk to public health remained very low. Avian influenza is a disease of birds, not humans. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) advises that properly cooked poultry and poultry products, including eggs, are safe to eat. On the basis of current scientific evidence, the FSA advise that avian flu does not pose a food safety risk for UK consumers. The virus is killed by just a few seconds cooking at 70°C. (20/11/2014)

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New EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation

A new piece of legislation (distinct from the School Food Plan) will be coming into force from 13th December, 2014. The 'UK Food Information Regulation No 1169/2011' will apply to food business operators at every stage of the food chain, from manufacturers to caterers. Importantly for caterers, it requires the provision of allergen information for all food purchased or consumed on the premises (including unpackaged food). Schools must provide information on the "14 common allergens". This allergen information must be supplied either on the menu, verbally by staff, or via a menu board or leaflet.The Food Standards Agency has provided an on-line FSA allergen training module. Further guidance is also available from Bidvest Foodservice on the link below.
 
 School Food Standards commencing 1st January, 2015
The new School Food Standards were announced by the Government on 17 June 2014. All the information governing bodies and caterers require to understand their responsibilities is contained on the 'School Food Plan' site.
Further easy-to-use guidance (including portion sizes) for catering personnel can be found in the 'School Food Standards - A Practical Guide for Schools their Cooks and Caterers'.
Access to the 2014 legislation and 'School Food in England' guidance (revised July 2014) is available at www.gov.uk.

 

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