These are all the posts that have been tagged with children.
As the backlash against plastic straws gathers pace, one company is touting a new customised version of its edible straw.
It’s a perennial problem and one which causes teatime traumas at many a kitchen table. Just how do we get kids to eat their vegetables?
Another day, another childhood obesity initiative and, it seems, another chance to bash the food and drink industry.
According to figures from Public Health England (PHE), children in England have consumed more than a year’s worth of sugar in less than six months.
A Welsh consortium has secured £350,000 of research and development funding to help tackle childhood obesity using apples.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
Market data from IRI indicates that in the two weeks following the introduction of the sugar levy (6 April 2018), sales of soft drinks in the UK rose in value by £5 million to £167m per week.
Following the publication of recommendations from the Commons Health and Social Care Committee on the forthcoming Childhood Obesity Plan, Dairy UK has issued the following statement.
Public Health England (PHE) has published the first assessment of progress on the government’s sugar reduction programme, measuring how far the food industry has gone towards reducing the sugar children consume through every day foods.
Public Health England (PHE) has published new guidelines for the drinks industry to reduce the amount of sugar children consume through milk based drinks and juices.
Scotland will aim to halve childhood obesity by 2030, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published a new report, Feeding Change, which demonstrates the progress its members have made to support people in making healthier choices.
Fruit-based desserts and snacks specialist Fruitypot has announced that its jelly snacks product, JellySqueeze, is now available in over 400 Asda stores.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has announced that Capri-Sun has reduced the sugar content of its original range by 50% in the UK.