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The former sugar refiner and now food and beverage ingredient supplier hopes the move will improve its offering of low-sugar products around the world.
With COVID-19 turning the food industry upside down overnight, EIT Food's latest report suggests some changes may be here to stay.
The timeframe for the consultation has been called "frankly astounding" by the FDF, which has called for more detail in the proposal to ban advertising of unhealthy foods, as well as a meeting at Number 10 to discuss the way forward.
A team of researchers are taking a fresh look at the way health claims are worded. New Food's Joshua Minchin reports.
Researchers in Melbourne and Auckland say health star rating system should be compulsory, as they believe this will have a more significant effect in improving the nutrition of Australians and New Zealanders.
New Food hears from the British Soft Drinks Association's Director General, Gavin Partington, as he defends the use of aspartame following criticism from two food safety experts last week.
Out & About Founder, Wayne Carkeek, answers New Food's questions in a revealing Q&A on his company which strives to help those in the LGBTQ community.
After successfully reducing sugar content in drinks, UNESDA, which represents the soft drinks industry in Europe, says that a more holistic approach to solving the obesity crisis is needed.
The nutrition company has revealed what is most important to consumers when it comes to buying protein snack bars in its new research whitepaper.
Professor Masashi Kunitake, who led to research group, thinks the new method of testing could lead to an increase in value for some foods, and help dictate best practice when it comes to cultivation and production.