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Chief Medical Officer wants snacking ban on public transport

Chief Medical Officer wants snacking ban on public transport

A ban to stop people snacking on public transport has been suggested by England's outgoing chief medical officer, which she claims could help tackle childhood obesity. According to government figures six out of every 30 children are obese and Professor Dame Sally...

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KellyDeli and Asda collaboration continues

KellyDeli and Asda collaboration continues

KellyDeli, which owns the fast-growing international sushi counter brand Sushi Daily, has opened two new counters in Asda Ashford and Asda Kings Hill.  The premises in Ashford and Kings Hill are the sixth and seventh Sushi Daily counters to open in Asda stores....

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Partnership boosts food safety and hygiene services

Partnership boosts food safety and hygiene services

Control Union has joined forces with hygiene support company Christeyns Food Hygiene to offer food manufacturers fully accredited food safety and hygiene training. Franco Costantini, managing director at Control Union UK, explained that the training will be fully...

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Brexit insight

Demand for government to reveal plans to stop no deal food crisis

Former Prime Minster Gordon Brown has backed calls by GMB, the union for food workers, food charity Hope Not Hate and the alliance for better food and farming Sustain, to demand Boris Johnson comes clean on the potentially disastrous risks a no deal Brexit will have...

Rationing considered by supermarket in event of No Deal Brexit

A senior executive at a major food retailer has told the BBC it is considering introducing rationing. The aim appears to be to prevent firms that have not made their own no-deal Brexit plan from using food retailers as wholesalers, which it says has happened in the...

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