Upon request of the European Commission, EFSA has assessed the health risks associated with glycoalkaloids (GAs) in the Solanaceae family of plants.
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Dairy brands must innovate faster and adapt to deliver comfort, nutrition and delight to consumers. Normunds Staņēvičs of Food Union elaborates.
The study is said to be the first to evaluate the impact of Front-of-Pack nutritional labelling on retailers' store-branded products, which was first introduced in the UK back in 2006.
The researchers analysed five wild blue crabs samples, 10 oysters, 10 farmed tiger prawns, 10 wild squid and 10 wild sardines.
A study by food chemists and biologists has set out to find out how changing environmental conditions and other factors has caused a rise in wheat and gluten sensitivities/allergies.
The report found that consumers would be willing to embrace change when it comes to healthy foods if the Government invested in innovation and implemented a number of new healthy food measures.
Sainsbury's, Iceland, Waitrose & Partners and Co-operative Food have all recently recalled products due to contamination or undeclared allergens.
The study researchers say that their results provide legal evidence for proposed changes in whole grain labelling regulations.
Historically, coal-fired power plants were the largest source of reactive sulphur, but this has now been replaced with cropland agriculture.
Chris Banks CBE, Executive Chair of Cracker Drinks Co and former Managing Director of Coca-Cola Great Britain, outlines some of the standout trends seen by the drinks industry during COVID-19 and offers his insight as to how drinks brands should leverage these trends.
Sensitive, accurate and precise determination of POPs in plant-extract based dietary supplements using (SBSE)-GC-MS/MS and isotope dilution MS (IDMS).
Researchers at Silent Spring Institute have uncovered evidence of EPA-permitted pesticides causing mammary gland tumours in animals and have called for guidelines to be updated.
The guidance aims to protect public health by reducing infants’ dietary exposure to inorganic arsenic.
The call follows a Public Health England evidence review revealing that excess weight can increase the risk of serious illness from COVID-19, and the subsequent series of measures announced by the UK Government to curb obesity.