Bans on multi-buy offers and advertising of unhealthy HFSS foods has been delayed for at least a year, as the UK Government seeks to ensure the new rules do not exacerbate the cost-of-living crisis.
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Action on Salt
To mark Salt Awareness Week (14th - 20th March), Action on Salt has presented research showing how high the salt content in meal deals is.
New research finds that almost half of businesses are not prepared for the introduction of HFSS legislation, which is just around the corner...
New research claims most sliced meats are "dangerously high" in salt, with one in three products failing to meet the national salt reduction targets, and one in four saltier than Atlantic seawater.
Action on Salt claims the salt content of some plant-based foods is too high and is urging UK Government to mandate levels.
The food industry has awaited Part Two of the National Food Strategy with baited breath for months. Now that it is finally here, what does it mean for manufacturers?
Following the Queen’s Speech, New Food’s Editor takes a deep dive into the possible consequences of the new, pending “junk food” advertising and calorie-labelling rules, which aim to tackle the UK obesity crisis.
Action on Salt has issued a warning over the salt levels in so-called ‘healthy’ snacks and has urged the UK Government to name a successor to Public Health England to lead the salt reduction campaign.
The BMJ has weighed-in on self-regulation of the food industry, which it claims is failing to deliver on targets to make food more nutritious.