According to new research conducted by Ingredion, only 13% of consumers surveyed across EMEA believe the information currently made available online and on-pack regarding the contents of food and drink products is sufficient.
The Hippocratic Post website reports that Britain’s teenage girls are ditching dairy, according to a survey among 2,000 UK adults, including over 1,000 parents, which showed that almost 1 in 5 teenage girls aged 13-19 are drinking less milk than two years ago, and one in six have cut it out of their diets altogether.
Granola brand Jordans Cereals is launching a new low sugar cereal range that contains less than 5% sugar for health-conscious Brits concerned with the levels of sugar in their food.
Healthy baked goods brand Modern Baker has received a £763,000 grant from Innovate UK to lead a two-year research and development project into improving the nutritional quality of bread.
Children should be limited to eating just two snacks of no more than 100 calories a day to cut their sugar intake, a UK health body has warned.
UK-based supplier of organic herbs, spices and botanicals Organic Herb Trading is working with Yeo Valley to launch a new yogurt product.
Happy New Year readers, I trust you all enjoyed the festive season. With many new year’s resolutions being made to make healthier choices, Public Health England (PHE) is also using the start of 2018 to urge parents to help their children make healthier choices.
According to a report compiled by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), cases of Salmonella Enteritidis acquired in the EU have increased in humans by 3% since 2014.