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.
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The study’s authors suggest that the findings could be used to better tailor personalised dietary advice, as genetics could well play a part in which foods we prefer.
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.
If the study is correct and taste buds can adapt to lower-sodium diets, then in theory the job of the dietitian will become considerably easier when it comes to encouraging healthier foods.
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.
Supermarkets offering fresh food trim childhood obesity rates in New York City, according to a new research study.
The World Health Organization has published its latest report on obesity, highlighting the impact that it is having on European countries.
The new calorie labelling legislation in England – aimed at tackling the obesity crisis – has been welcomed by many, but does it also carry a cause for concern? New Food finds out.