This week I learned that Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has launched a new campaign which aims to make people think twice before agreeing to order more food than they originally intended when eating out.
Now, I’m all for people making lifestyle choices (I, for example, go boxing several times a week, drink wine rather more frequently than that, enjoy the odd chicken curry but also love a mushroom risotto). But no one really needs to know that. Why would anyone care?
Glanbia, the global nutrition group, has announced its results for the financial year ended 29 December 2018. Its subsidiary, Glanbia Nutritionals, has also acquired US-based Watson for $89m (€78.4m).
The demand to live a healthier lifestyle is increasing, yet 4 in 5 people across Northern Europe do not know about the essential nutrients they have in their diet, according to new research published by Arla Foods.
As the UK government gets set to consult on the mandatory fortification of flour with folic acid, it’ll be interesting to see how discussions play out – particularly as parties on both sides of the argument are equally vociferous in their views.
A consumer survey has found many are confused about what foods are good for digestive health.