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Organic News - Study finds MRSA in British and imported pork products

19 June 2015

HEALTH Study finds MRSA in British and imported pork products Antibiotic resistant strains of MRSA have been identified in pork products sold by Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-operative and Tesco. Testing was carried out by the Alliance to Save our Antib...

Catering Mark Awards celebrate the champions of food service

19 June 2015

Last night, (18 June 2015) the Soil Association held the Food for Life Catering Mark Awards to celebrate the determination, dedication and passion of the individuals at the heart of improving food eaten outside of the home. From chefs to managers to...

Soil Association launches Food for Life Hospital Leaders Circle at Better Care Conference

18 June 2015

The Soil Association has today (18 June 2015) launched a new package of support for hospitals to improve the food experience for patients, staff, visitors and the wider community. The Food for Life Hospital Leaders Circle brings patients and hospita...

MRSA found in British pig meat

18 June 2015

The first evidence that British-produced supermarket pig meat is contaminated by MRSA has been found in new research commissioned by The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics [1]. MRSA of livestock origin can cause serious and invasive human infections l...

Interim market update – June 2015

17 June 2015

Good news for the organic market 2015 has been a very positive year for sales of organic food and drink so far with sustained steady growth through supermarkets, combined with encouraging feedback on growth within the independent sector as well. Whi...

Pupils to make “informed choices about healthy eating”, says Ofsted in new inspection framework

16 June 2015

In a watershed moment for school food, Ofsted has formally included healthy eating and knowledge of how to eat healthily in its Common Inspection Framework published yesterday. The Food for Life Partnership welcomes the commitment to children’s heal...

Innovative farming technology offers a break-through in small scale AD

16 June 2015

Dairy farmer, David Finlay, is leading the way in low input farming systems having created the UK’s first 25kw Micro-Anaerobic Digester (AD) on his farm. The Finlays, who farm at Rainton Farm near Castle Douglas, have been exploring ways of taking c...

Flystrike reports on the rise

15 June 2015

Laura Kreciala, Specialist Certification Officer within the Producer Certification team , looks into the issues surrounding blowfly strike, and the measures that can be taken to reduce the impact of the condition. If not managed effectively, the con...

Organic News - BBC bias leaves no room for discussion on GM

12 June 2015

GM BBC bias leaves no room for discussion on GM On Monday, Soil Association chief executive, Helen Browning, appeared on the BBC's Panorama programme, which was heavy-handedly entitled 'GM Food - Cultivating Fear'. Despite having spent all day with ...

Elly Pear set to wake up Bristol, one free organic breakfast at a time

08 June 2015

On Wednesday 17th June, Bristol will wake up to a wealth of delicious, complimentary breakfasts as part of Organic Naturally Different’s Wake Up To Organic Campaign. Celebrated food writer and café owner Elly Pear will be giving away a delicious fre...
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