Dutch supermarket shelves packed with competing beef branding
Noel Bardon
Beef branded as South American, high animal welfare and Irish are all competing for space on shelves in the Netherlands.
17 August 2022 Features
Honey bees on overtime in July
With the removal and processing of the 2022 honey crop underway, a stock of Irish honey is now available, writes Willie O’Byrne.
17 August 2022 News
Meat alternatives have lower environmental impact – Oxford study
New research is a step closer to labelling food for environmental impact, writes Anne Finnegan.
France tightens labelling rules for plant-based 'meats'
The French are among the first to introduce such legislation in the EU, although similar rules have been previously passed for describing plant-based milk alternatives.
6 July 2022 News
Legal papers filed in Beyond Meat US consumer row
The plant-based protein firm is miscalculating the protein content of its vegan products, six US consumers have alleged.
8 June 2022 News
Pig farmer protest under way in Drogheda
The IFA pig committee is protesting outside Hilton Foods in Drogheda as part of its campaign to see pig prices increased to €2/kg before June.
18 May 2022 News
Consumers ‘bombarded’ with food labelling language
Huge job of work to be done to ensure that consumers understand what plant-based and grass-fed mean, Grace Binchy of Bord Bia has said.
13 April 2022 News