Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus reviewed 548 infant and toddler products for their nutritional content and the age of children targeted to consume the product, and found that those in pouches had lower nutritional value.
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A UK survey, which analysed both the sugar and calorie content of the largest available sizes of hot chocolates and seasonal lattes made with milk and milk alternatives by popular high street chains, allegedly revealed that certain seasonal beverages contain almost as much sugar as three cans of cola.
Andrea Tolu explores the role of sugar in the clean label era, and hears from food technologist Raphaëlle O’Connor for her expert view...
A new study has revealed that even though there has been a decline in American children and teenagers consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, 61 percent of children still consume them on a typical day.
In an Innova Market Insights survey, sugar reduction was considered a popular option for the three in five US consumers who would rather cut back on sugar than consume artificial sweeteners.
With research showing a rise in consumers checking nutritional labelling on dairy products for reduced sugar and higher protein content, Will Cowling, Marketing Manager at FMCG Gurus, explores how consumer choices in France are changing.
Dr Ahmed Abbas Mohamed, Director of Research & Development at WET Group, outlines how innovative technology can enable soft drinks manufacturers to create no (or reduced) sugar, no artificial sweeteners, appetising and cost effective products.
Findings suggest a consumer shift towards zero or lower sugar products, with sugar purchased from soft drinks decreasing in all socio-economic groups.
A new study has looked into the association between the regular consumption of soft drinks and the risk of death.
Obesity rates are on the rise, but research suggests a sugar tax could offer a solution.