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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland report found that some cereals and yoghurts contained extremely high levels of sugar, fat and saturated fat.
One study analysed the impact of Chile's Law of Food Labeling and Advertising, and the other looked at the effect of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL).
Although health and nutrition experts have warned that these products can contain elevated levels of sugar and sodium, the rise in sales is due to an increase of advertising, according to researchers from the University of Connecticut.
A report has collected science based evidence which points to the health benefits of low/no calorie sweeteners.
According to a new survey from Action on Sugar, popular ‘ready to drink’ pre-mixed spirits and cocktails sold in supermarkets are high in 'hidden' sugar and calories.
Acacia gum, also known as gum arabic, is a natural gum consisting of the hardened sap of two acacia tree species: Acacia senegal and Vachellia seyal.
New research suggests that individual soft drink companies in the UK are making a sizeable contribution to sugar reduction, with eight out of the top 10 companies reducing the sugar content of their products by 15 percent or more.
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.
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...