These are all the posts that have been tagged with healthy.
Tate & Lyle has announced its Promitor Soluble Fibre is shortlisted in the Gulfood Manufacturing Industry Excellence Awards.
This week it’s been announced that all flour is to be fortified with folic acid, after ministers acted on the advice of medical experts, who say mandatory fortification will reduce the number of babies born in the UK with serious birth defects.
Universal Robots has been chosen by the French start-up EKIM to design a pizzaiolo robot.
Botanic Lab has launched its new Cannabidiol Botanical Tea Drink, which it says is the first of its kind in the UK.
The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) has launched a new concept, the Quality Calorie (QC), in a bid, it says, to refocus attention on the quality of calories eaten and help achieve a balanced and nutritionally rich diet.
DuPont Nutrition & Health is expanding its R&D team by creating what it’s calling a ‘clean label hub’ at its Brabrand facility in Germany.
Healthy and well-balanced diets have been a constant hit for many years. More consumers are paying attention to a health-conscious diet and increasingly resorting to products with as little sugar as possible.
A change in breakfast routine may provide benefits for the management of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science.
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?
Mars Food UK has announced the launch of Dolmio Veggie Goodness – a new pasta sauce containing two portions of fruit and vegetables in every portion.
The level of vegan based food launches has more than doubled over the past five years, according to latest international research.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has revealed the launch of a new range of Superfood Energy Bars.
Corbion has launched what it’s calling its ‘most advanced organic dough improver to date’.
New research from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) reveals that 43% of adults surveyed admit that they find it difficult to find reliable information on healthy diets, with changing information, messages and advice from media and experts being the biggest causes for confusion (76% and 61% respectively).