These are all the posts that have been tagged with healthy.
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).
After years of strong growth in the USA, bottled water sales surpassed carbonated soft drinks to become the largest beverage category by volume in 2016, and the numbers do not stay idle.
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.
Ombar, producer of raw chocolate in the UK, has announced that it is now certified as Fair For Life, an internationally recognised programme for Fair Trade and Responsible Supply Chains.
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.
Nutritional snack brand Pulsin has launched two new flavoured bars: vegan Salted Caramel Raw Choc Brownie and vegetarian Peanut Choc Protein Booster.
World Milk Day today (1 June) celebrates the benefits of milk and dairy products which are part of a sustainable and nutritious diet which contributes towards reducing hunger and alleviating poverty.
Scotland will aim to halve childhood obesity by 2030, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Natural Balance Foods is set to unveil its latest Trek Protein Flapjack flavour, Trek Cocoa Raisin.
The Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show welcomed 10,039 attendees from 91 countries to its London ExCeL venue from 22-23 April.
A major initiative between Bühler and Microsoft has been unveiled at Hannover Messe, aiming to improve grain analysis vital to the food sector.
Snacking is central to the strategy of many food companies, with explosive growth in the number of new snacks launched between 2010 and 2017.
Britvic Soft Drinks has increased listings for its range of infused sparkling waters targeted towards health conscious consumers.
Research undertaken ahead of Vitafoods Europe suggests that the needs of ageing baby boomers will shape the nutraceutical agenda over the next decade.
Britvic has announced its new category vision entitled Drink Differently, which reveals a £2.6 billion soft drinks sales opportunity over the next five years.