These are all the posts that have been tagged with health.
UK-based, nutritional snack brand Pulsin is launching a new range of Porridge Oat Bars this September.
PepsiCo-owned snack brand Sunbites has added to its range with the launch of dried fruit and nut mixes.
Today (22 August) marks the first ever World Plant Milk Day. This celebration of plant based milk is the latest in a string of campaigns – such as Meat-free Mondays, National Vegetarian Week and Veganuary – that shows the extent of the free from boom.
Public Health England (PHE) has announced that it will be evaluating the evidence on children’s calorie consumption and setting the ambition for the calorie reduction programme to remove excess calories from the foods children consume the most.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) have launched an appeal to food and drink suppliers to identify sugar alternatives as a nationwide effort to improve consumers’ health.
Lucy Brice discusses the new age of functional ingredients, and why food and drink products now should be all encompassing to cater for increasingly demanding consumers.
In many news reports, the escalating ‘eggs scandal’ is being likened to 2013’s horsemeat scandal, with both food scares spreading across Europe quite rapidly.
New research from Mintel reveals that over a quarter (28%) of meat eating Brits have limited their meat consumption in the last six months.
Approximately 700,000 contaminated eggs have been imported to the UK from Dutch farms.
According to a report from Stericycle ExpertSolutions, recalls of chicken and other poultry meats are at their highest level since 2002, just as it was revealed that chicken has overtaken red meat as the most popular meat in Britain.
Two men have been imprisoned for defrauding consumers by labelling horsemeat products as beef.
Scottish beef exporters can now trade with the lowest risk level status available for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE).
Functional ingredients manufacturer Beneo has released an assortment of sugar-free, hard candy products containing Isomalt: a sugar replacer derived from sugar beet.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has highlighted the ‘shrinkflation’ effect – that is household goods manufacturers reducing packaging sizes while keeping prices the same – being felt across a range of items in the UK.