The American Dietetic Association is seeking to stir up debate over
the nation's breakfast tables. Girls who skip breakfast are more
likely to miss out on dietary sources of calcium and fiber than
those who regularly eat the...
Injuries at bakeries will be a major focus for 2005/6, says the
UK's industry inspection body, yet the unions believe there is even
less funding this year to implement health and safety regulations,
writes Lorraine Heller.
People who eat wholegrain foods regularly can have a 20 to 40 per
cent lower risk of heart disease and stroke compared with those who
rarely eat wholegrain foods, according to a new review, reports
Functional food makers need to take a critical look at the level of
substantiation behind the health claims they are using to guarantee
their survival under a new European regulation, reports
The drift towards grazing and away from sit-down meals is not yet
ended in the UK, with health-oriented sandwiches continuing to
drive forwards a market that already accounts for one third of the
nation's food and beverage sales,...
Kellogg has increased sales and profits in its first quarter
through clever pricing and strong marketing investment, helping the
firm to forge ahead in healthy snacks and beat off private label
competition in cereals, reports Chris...
Speciality ingredients group Cerestar has launched a range of
functional soy products across Europe aimed specifically at the
baking industry, believing demand for this practical and healthy
ingredient will offset rising soybean prices,...
Snack makers will have the chance to extend their presence in
healthy eating trends after British food ingredients firm Tate
& Lyle unveiled a new ingredients formula for wholegrain
crackers claiming extra fibre and a lower glycaemic...
Missing breakfast has been shown to raise cholesterol levels and
reduce the body's response to insulin in a small study that raises
concern for the increasing numbers of people that skip the first
meal of the day.
Warburtons has laid down the gauntlet to its mainstream UK rivals
by developing white bread with a low glycaemic index as both
consumers and producers become more aware of the benefits 'GI' can
have in controlling diabetes,...