John Dyson

  • Spectre of food fraud haunts the industry

    A YEAR on from his review of the horse-meat scandal, Prof Chris Elliott is impressed with retailers’ reaction but warns that criminals may just have moved on to more vulnerable sectors. Marks & Spencer recently became the latest supermarket to… Read More

  • Compass and Whitbread find horse DNA

    THE FOODSERVICE sector has been dragged into the horse meat scandal with Compass and Whitbread having found horse DNA in products sold as beef. Horse meat has also been found in cottage pies supplied to 47 schools in Lancashire.  … Read More

  • Whiter than white?

    FOODSERVICE BUSINESSES talk a good game when it comes to supporting British dairy farmers, but few are willing to divulge details of the price they are paying for milk.                      … Read More

  • Freedom from information

    FARMING MINISTER Jim Paice has told pubs, restaurants and caterers that they should tell diners which countries their food is from.                               Defra demands action from… Read More