Sweet Victory is developing a chewing gum that it says will stop you craving a sweet hit by blocking sugar receptors on the tongue.
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Research from Sweden and the US has suggested that feeding babies a lower-protein Nordic style diet could increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
As the Consumer Goods Forum holds its Global Summit in Dublin, Sharon Bligh and Christina Adane call for young people to be given the limelight and agency to decide their own food futures.
Joshua Minchin examines the need for a more united approach from the food and beverage industry to eliminate child labour from the sector.
It’s long been recommended that pregnant women drink no more than two to three cups of coffee a day, yet new research has suggested that there are no adverse affects to coffee-drinking during pregnancy.
Professor Chris Elliott covers five areas in which the UK food system has been heavily impacted by the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and Brexit.
The Government Food Strategy white paper, published today, has come in for considerable criticism from the food industry, with many claiming it lack substance and planning.
US food inflation hit another record high last month, with the food at home sector in particular returning worrying results.
A range of foodborne pathogens have caused recalls around the world this week.
A new study surveying 28,000 North American men claims to have identified a possible link between dairy intake and an increased risk of prostate cancer.