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Chocolate bars, sweets and biscuits could shrink by as much as 20% under new guidelines designed to help manufacturers cut the amount of sugar in children’s products.
Here is your round-up of Shelf Life news – IFE Special. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Artisan Biscuits showcased its Two by Two Peach Biscuits for children at IFE, made with real peach juice and clotted cream, and with the scent of fresh peaches.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) will provide scientific advice on the daily intake of added sugar in food by early 2020.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) is encouraging people in Scotland to give up unnecessary treats every Tuesday as part of its drive to start breaking Scotland’s unhealthy snacking habits.
According to a new study, 10% of biscuits for infants and young children surveyed on sale in the UK have high levels of acrylamide, a known carcinogen.
Bon Bon Buddies is joining forces with Disney to create, produce and distribute a new and healthier alternative confectionery range as part of Disney’s Healthy Living strategy.
Yoplait has announced a 17% sugar reduction in Petits Filous in a significant recipe reformulation that also sees vitamin D fortification increased to 50% NRV per portion.
The fight against childhood obesity has been taken up a notch with new rules unveiled by the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) last week, preventing the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) products in UK media targeted at under 16s.
Farm Frites, a Dutch family business specialising in fries and potato products, has been presented with a charity voucher worth €2,000 after winning The Golden Fry competition held by Tomra Sorting Food.
In 2011, Andrew Tickle couldn’t decide what to do with a grass field. With little crop growing experience and very limited knowledge of specialist products, he stumbled upon aronia berries and his business Tickleberries was born. The first grower in England to establish a commercial aronia berry plantation, here, he explains why the banks are the ones to watch post Brexit.
The soft drinks industry has suffered some negative spotlight this year, from NHS England’s plans to cut sales of sugary drinks on NHS premises to Action on Sugar’s criticism of the sugar content of fruit drinks – and of course the UK government’s announcement of a soft drinks industry levy from April 2018.
Yesterday, we celebrated Halloween – which is now Britain’s third biggest commercial holiday after Christmas and Easter, and the country’s second biggest party night after New Year’s Eve.
Dairy UK is celebrating World School Milk Day today and backing The Dairy Council’s initiative calling on primary schools across the UK to get moving and learn about dairy nutrition.