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28 Pretoria matrics treated for food poisoning after buying food from vendor
At least 28 pupils from the Edward Phatudi Secondary School in Atteridgeville were rushed to hospital on Thursday following suspected food poisoning, EWN reported.
Traceability system on track, says SA Feedlot Association
Implementing a functional national identification and traceability system for the livestock sector would take about 10 years and cost approximately R200 million, according to Dewald Olivier, executive officer of the South African Feedlot Association...
Uber Eats launches pick-up service in South Africa
Uber Eats has launched click and collect in South Africa, allowing customers to order and collect from their favourite restaurants.
Swine fever sending pork prices higher
Pork lovers worldwide are wincing at prices that have jumped up to 40 percent as African swine fever in China's vast pig herds sends shockwaves through global meat markets.
How Industry 4.0 Affects Food Safety and Quality Management
A look at how more efficient capturing methods and analysis can improve data-driven decision making.
German and Italian police break up gang behind fake extra virgin olive oil conspiracy
An international operation coordinated by Europol has resulted in the dismantling of an organised criminal network behind the fraudulent sale of huge quantities of counterfeit extra virgin olive oil in Germany and Italy.
Be an eco-preneur and reap benefits of attracting more investors
Businesses with well-rounded sustainability strategies are more attractive to investors and funders, according to a recent study.Therefore it is beneficial for entrepreneurs to look at ways they can become “ecopreneurs” - business owners whose businesses are not only driven by pr
Food justice is a pipe dream without tackling industry
The lack of access to healthy food is both a cause and a symptom of the structural inequalities that exist in South Africa and slow progress in introducing stricter regulations for the food industry, Healthy Living Alliance’s Lawrence Mbalati writes.
Krispy Kreme is coming to Cape Town
Krispy Kreme is coming to Cape Town. The saying goes, when one door closes another one opens and Cape Town doughnut lovers have some sugary goodness on the horizon.
The selfish case for saving bees: it’s how to save ourselves
These crucial pollinators keep our world alive. Yes, they are under threat – but all is not lost. When I see a bee buzzing around my garden or in the park in early spring, I get a real thrill from being able to identify her.
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