According to YouGov, the on-line research company, a recent survey
has revealed that 81 per cent of UK parents would like to see
Vending machines removed from schools, and replaced with healthier
alternatives as a means of helping...
A new gelatine replacer from Dutch company DMV International
carried off the gold award for the most innovative new ingredient
on the marketplace, rounding off the first day of the bustling Fi
Europe exhibition that opened its doors...
The European Commission has put forward revised regulations on
materials that come into contact with food. Among the proposed
changes is a more modern approach to the principle that packaging
materials should not interact with the...
As a raft of new food legislation, notably the labelling of food
allergens and genetically modified organisms, enters into force in
Europe, food manufacturers cannot afford to be less than au
fait with the new rules. Under the umbrella...
With cereal growers having benefited from increased prices this
year, attention is being paid to predictions on the 2004 crop amid
fears that the world cereals stocks could suffer because of an
over-reliance on weather and conditions.
The UK Food Standards Agency is to discuss a number of possible
options concerning the future regulation of promoting food products
to children in a bid to tackle the rising tide of obesity. A move
which has been cautiously welcomed...
Chips Group, the Nordic snack maker, continued its steady growth in
the first nine months of the year, helped by acquisitions in Sweden
and Russia. But while the group said it expected further gains in
most markets this year, it also...
The UK will celebrate National Doughnut Week between 31 January-7th
February2004, sponsored by Arkady Craigmillar. The organisers say
that the event isbeing held in a bid to fund-raise for Save the
Children whilst giving highstreet...
Food and drink products targeted at children could be seriously
damaging their health, according to claims by the UK Consumers'
Association. It said that many products targeted at childen had
higher salt or sugar contents than...