The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has canceled the company’s license because of food safety concerns.

Since late March 2024, SFA has received several complaints about the safety of home-delivery catered meals provided by five web-based businesses.

Some of the problems included undercooked and moldy food or the presence of foreign

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According to a study, food allergen information given online can be lacking or provided in different formats.

Researchers evaluated the accuracy and compliance of information and labeling of substances or products causing allergies or intolerances in food and drink imported from Asia and purchased online in the United Kingdom.


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Factors such as the seller and the product type influence consumer trust in the hygiene and safety of food sold online, according to research.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) commissioned research to understand consumer attitudes toward buying food online, including the perceived risks.

Findings come from 12 online discussion groups

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The FDA has received more than 325 consumer complaints of illnesses associated with Daily Harvest brand frozen Lentil & Leek Crumbles.

The 329 reports are up from the 277 reported by the Food and Drug Administration on July 14, according to an outbreak update from the agency. When the FDA

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