The Bureau shared data on imports of Brazilian beef across the EU with Die Welt, the German newspaper, who found major household names were buying from meat companies linked to deforestation
After revealing that salmonella in British eggs had poisoned 100 people, the Bureau discovered that rules to control the disease had been breached across the sector
The Bureau can exclusively reveal that British eggs have been contaminated with a dangerous strain of salmonella, despite recent government assurances that they are safe
The Bureau and Repórter Brasil have discovered that a major Brazilian meat company bought cows from a ranch that had been fined weeks earlier for breaking environmental protection rules
A huge cattle ranch business is flouting bans designed to protect the rainforest and selling its cows to the world's largest meat company, our investigation has found
Our data analysis showed that Brazil is exporting tonnes of salmonella-infected frozen chicken to Europe despite its much lower standards
The world's biggest meat company has the power to impact climate change and openly admits to corruption, yet you've probably never heard of it
The Bureau investigated the damage done to the environment by rising ammonia emissions from farms, and the simple steps farmers and government officials can take to prevent it
Led by an expert analysis of how ammonia gas is damaging human health in the UK, we investigated why farms are not taking simple measures to reduce their pollution
Zoetis is still selling feed additives which make livestock grow faster,
Industrial-scale livestock farms housing tens of thousands of animals have received subsidies despite fears about spread of US-style farming in the UK
Previously unpublished US Department of Agriculture inspection logs reveal welfare violations in US abattoirs
Proposed new regulations would remove requirement to inspect every chicken before it goes into the foodchain
Zoetis, a former subsidiary of the drugs giant Pfizer, has been accused of double standards for selling growth promoters in India while publicly supporting a ban in the US
US officials inspecting UK plants found major food safety breaches including meat contaminated with faecal matter entering production lines.
A loophole means US farmers can still use many antibiotics targeted by a ban on growth promotion
Tests on thousands of meat samples show that farm animals are still being dosed with powerful antibiotics classified as “critically important” to human health.
Regulators found 135 cases where products labelled as pork, beef or lamb contained unspecified meats, often a composite of multiple species.
Six years of records from abattoirs and meat processing plants reveal thousands of accidents to staff