Post Brexit - the UKCA mark is the replace to current CE mark for use on goods being placed on the market in Great Britain. Product areas covered by the new UKCA marking & where to buy labels.
UK drinks firms have achieved 80 per cent compliance on alcohol labelling.
It has been suggested that wine, beer and spirits should clearly display calorie information on their labels.
Regulations have been introduced in the US to define what criteria food products that display gluten-free labels have to fulfil.
Wine producers in South Africa are taking an innovative approach to combatting the problem of counterfeit goods in the industry.
A German trade group has designed a new label that will show how energy efficient plastics processing machinery is.
A series of pledges, including action on nutritional labelling, have been unveiled by an international food and drink industry body in order to boost the sector's image.
QR codes are popping up everywhere - metal nameplates, labels and now even ballot papers!
The April 5th is the deadline for employers to display the redesigned 2009 Health and Safety Law poster.
Barcodes are being used by a Rhodes Island sea captain to promote the traceability of his fish.
Many industries will have a need for a well-stocked supply of different warning labels in order to comply with health and safety regulations.
Consumers could soon be given more information about the food they purchase.
A farming business has been penalised after its health and safety failures resulted in an employee being injured.
Hospitals should ensure all products and departments are clearly labelled.
Tesco has been involved in another mislabelling scandal after it was found selling Dutch pork labelled as British.
The public is being advised how to handle their unwanted Christmas presents, The Portsmouth News writes.
Retailers will not need to comply with new European Union (EU) labelling guidelines until 2014, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
The label on a food product may affect the way consumers perceive its taste, claims new research.
Supermarket chains have been urged to simplify their product labels in order to make comparing products easier.
ASDA has agreed to change the labels on its 'Hereford Beef' selection after agreeing with complaints that they were misleading.