The Panera Bread Foundation is accepting proposals for its 2023 Grant programme from non-profits that provide access to education, opportunity and mentorship to at-risk, underserved or historically underrepresented children and youth.
Doritos is sending fans on the hunt for triangles; Kellogg's is encouraging time-poor and cash-strapped families to dine on breakfast cereals; and GoGo squeeZ is on a mission to be a beacon of nurture to support kids of all ages.
Most children are notoriously picky eaters and most don’t get enough dietary fibre, making it an official a nutrient of concern. But there is an answer. A newly published research paper reveals that high amylose wheat (HAW) flour offers a silver lining...
Recently strengthened self-regulatory efforts to curb marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages to children still do not go far enough to “meaningfully protect” children, argue public health advocates after new analysis reveals “loopholes” in the Children’s...
Healthy Heights – specifically designed to meet the nutritional needs of kids struggling to grow – has won a listing on multinational retail giant Walmart’s online marketplace, along with leading retailer source platform, RangeMe USA.
Tel Aviv-based B.T. Sweet, Ltd. has developed a game-changing plant-based sweetening platform, which enables producers to slash the sugar content from breakfast cereals, confectionery and treats like hazelnut and chocolate spread.
Kids are worth celebrating, but this year, around 2.5 million American youngsters who experienced homelessness missed out on having fun on their birthday – a status quo celebrity-backed Partake Foods wants to change.
The Corn Flakes and Frosties maker has teamed up with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) to provide breakfast cereal to families staying at 144 Ronald McDonald houses across the US while their children are receiving medical treatment at a nearby hospital.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is fighting hunger in the Philippines with its vitamin-packed breads it originally produced in the 1970s to be distributed primarily to public elementary school students as a complete meal, in a bid to combat malnutrition.
Kids' snacks get the better-for-you treatment with the help of chickpeas and butternut squash, along with allergen-friendly labels for parents' peace of mind; veggie crisps (chips) omit the usual carbs; and hot peppers find their way into bagels...
It's really colorful snacking this month, with Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts and limited edition Peeps cereals, Nestlé Shreddies Breakfast to Go, Plamil's new free from chocolate snack and Real Handful yogurt-covered Bundlz for children.
The cereal giant has expressed confusion regarding a recent study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine that suggests preschoolers (3-5 years) who watch televisions advertisements for breakfast cereals consume more of the product.
A recent study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine suggests toddlers are more likely to demand specific breakfast cereals after viewing television advertisements for these products.
What differences in shopping habits do childless households have compared to ones with children? A lot, a new study by Packaged Facts reveals. We chat with founders of two smaller brands who market directly to children and get their take.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering a
rulemaking that would place limits on the types of advertisements
seen by children if the industry does not adequately respond with
voluntary measures to growing concerns...
Women who ate fish regularly during pregnancy had children with
better language and communication skills by the age of 18 months,
shows a new study, which supports previous evidence that fatty
acids found in the food boost children's...
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...