New checks have revealed that pork products made in the UK are infected with the MRSA superbug. The discovery confirms that the deadly bacteria is now present in the human food chain and is spreading from country to country.
A number of supermarkets in the U.K. have pulled their own brand gluten-free and 'free from' products after a potential cross-contamination issue was reported, leading to the products possibly containing gluten.
Soaring egg prices are now being seen across the country as H5N2 avian influenza has devastated poultry producers in 16 Midwestern states and Canada. As of June 5, there have been 217 confirmed locations, affecting 46,741,393 birds.
Under the brand "nobody is perfect", certain European retailers are now starting to sell "ugly" fruit and vegetables, that would normally be thrown away or used as animal feed. The produce is sold at a lower price, but the taste is exactly the same.
On Tuesday, 200 members of the Andalusian fieldworkers' union, in an example of sheer civil disobedience, went to two supermarkets, filled up shopping carts, and left without paying. They then donated the food to the poor.
A campaign by a major UK charity is calling for equality, justice and human rights for tea pickers.
If you want to help these good people raise money for this worthy cause, they are offering a lucrative salary plus benefits.
A ban on tobacco displays has come into effect in England on April 6. The ban initially applies to large stores only. The UK government's aim is to reduce the numbers of young people taking up smoking.
British households throw away tons of food every year, but the item that most often ends up in the trash is bread. This staple is thrown away so often that 32 percent of all the bread bought by UK families ends up being discarded.
David Icke believes there is a conspiracy by giant lizards to enslave the world by abolishing cash and implanting microchips in the backs of our necks, but he has overlooked a far more sinister threat: the plot to rig the price of cheese in Britain.
The supermarket giants in Australia have started a food discounting war. In a blatant marketing push Coles began the discounting war by reducing the price of two litre Coles brand milk by 33 percent from $2.99 to $2.00.
French fruit prices have plummeted by 20 per cent this summer compared to last year. Incidents involving producers who block access to supermarkets with tons of unsold fruit and border road blocks to stop the import of Spanish fruit are set to increase.