Results obtained by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism reveal a spike in poultry products contaminated with salmonella infantis in recent years
More than 10% of sampled pork products, including joints, chops and mince, have found to be infected with a bacteria that showed resistance to a ‘last resort’ antibiotic used to treat serious illnesse...
Companies routinely exceed level of bacteria allowed by USDA – and do not have to recall their products
More than 1,000 sq km of the Amazon has been felled on Brazilian soya farms over the past decade, despite an internationally recognised agreement to protect the rainforest, an investigation can reveal...
Cargill found to be trading with farm responsible for swaths of cleared rainforest
Sainsbury's and five other European supermarkets have said they will not source some or all of their beef products from Brazil's biggest meat business after concerns over links to deforestation
For farmers, it is a magic bean that helps pack muscle onto chickens, pigs and cattle. But there are mounting concerns about the expansion of soya farming around the world
Agribusinesses in the global food chain claim they can make soya sustainable, but mounting evidence suggests otherwise
The Bureau’s investigation also found that beef from farmers accused of illegal deforestation was still making its way into global supply chains, including those serving at least two of the world’s bi...
The adoption of intensive farming practices in middle-income countries is estimated to account for up to a third of the increase in global use of antibiotics for livestock between 2010 and 2030
The use of a class of antibiotics prescribed for infections in humans more than doubled on UK pig farms between 2015 and 2019, and experts warn of a further rise
An investigation has uncovered how three of the world’s biggest food businesses have purchased soya from companies whose supply chains have been the subject of concerns over links to illegal deforesta...
Campaigners call for major grocers to cut ties with controversial Brazilian meat firm JBS
Britain’s leading supermarkets and fast food outlets are selling chicken fed on soya that has been linked to vast deforestation and thousands of fires across a vital region of tropical woodland
It's a controversial corporate giant that transformed how we eat and has the global food industry in its grip. So why haven't we heard of it?
An internal report by HSBC bankers says the world's biggest meat company has no real plan for tackling deforestation in its supply chain and this represents a major risk to investors
The Bureau has uncovered evidence of JBS moving cattle from an illegally deforested farm to one of its own suppliers - a journey it claims is untraceable
Billions of dollars are being pumped into the meat and dairy industries, despite warnings that global livestock production needs to be curtailed to avoid climate catastrophe
An analysis by the Bureau and Unearthed has linked British and European banks to funding for Brazil's largest meat companies