Dr Adam Carey, Chairman of ESSNA, explains why sports nutrition products are trustworthy but identifies areas for improvement for the sector.
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A new report has urged the EU food industry to use the pandemic to repair what it has called a broken food system, with food waste and nutrition being high on the agenda.
The tariff war resulted from a dispute over civil aircraft subsidies and has affected several other sectors, not least the spirits trade, which has seen tough import duties placed on its products.
A recent study and petition by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has raised new questions about the safety of imported poppy seeds.
Proposed legislation by the European Commission would limit the health claims that certain food products can make – something ESSNA claims would harm the sports nutrition industry.