New Food’s Joshua Minchin asked two allergy influencers what causes them stress when it comes to eating out, and what good restaurants do well to make them feel safe and comfortable.
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Meal kit company HelloFresh has reported an increase of more than three million customers in a year, as the pandemic drives consumers online.
On Earth day, a survey has revealed consumers are becoming increasingly conscious of where their food comes from and the majority would support easy labelling measures to identify how sustainable a product is.
Researchers from Dartmouth College found that the quality of agricultural land was not as important as household income when it comes to predicting food insecurity.
The study also found that the way in which the topic of gene editing is presented to consumers can have an impact on their response.
Most allergen data is recorded via self-reporting, which is often inaccurate as many people confuse intolerances with allergies.
Belgium came in at second place on the list of countries surveyed, while Austria and the Netherlands were found to eat the least junk food per month on average.
With many Brits working from home, this survey asked why coffee consumption is on the rise, with an increase in breaks and stress relief cited as reasons for the increase.
As the UK marks a year of COVID-19 restrictions, one survey has shed light on the changes in the eating and shopping habits of consumers that have been observed as a result of lockdown.
Respondents from both countries are reducing their carb consumption in a trend seen across five surveyed nations, as low-carb and keto diets gain popularity.
Researchers from the University at Buffalo studied more than 900 women diagnosed with breast cancer in New York state as part of the study.