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This week's rapid roundup of food and beverage news includes changes to breakfast cereal and a world famous recruit for the UN.
The ‘salami slice’ approach adopted by manufacturer CPUK has meant the move to lower sugar content has been gradual and has been accompanied by an increase in fibre content too.
New research has suggested that a high-fat diet can disrupt our body clock and affect how full and sated we feel – leading to overeating and potentially obesity.
This week's quickfire roundup of the very latest news includes a new commitment from PepsiCo, as well as a Salmonella outbreak in the US.
Action on Sugar is calling for food manufacturers to “act more responsibly” in the way they market yoghurts high in sugar, which are often aimed at children.
The research suggests that those who chose certain types of food at an all-you-can-eat buffet were more likely to gain weight a year later.
Study leads researcher to believe that lifestyle changes, which increase aerobic activity and moderately decrease calorie intake, may help to improve vascular health in older adults facing obesity.
A new study has outlined just how important the early stages of a child's life are when it comes to preventing obesity.
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?
Christian Härtnagel, CEO at Lidl GB, claims the discounter's ‘Healthy Eating Pledge’ is its most ‘ambitious’ target yet, and aims to encourage healthier diets
Associate professor Todd Schmit and his research team claim to have found data that suggests communities that possess more non-profits, social enterprises and creative industries help farmers prosper.
The Food Foundation’s Broken Plate report has revealed some alarming gaps between rich and poor households when it comes to the quality and nutritional value of the food they are consuming, while some campaign groups are already calling for more legislation for unhealthy foods.