The UK’s Food Standards agency has reiterated its guidance to feed babies only breast milk or formula up to around six months of age, as there is evidence that there may be an increased risk of coeliac disease if gluten-containing foods are introduced...
The current EC labelling legislation on complementary food such as processed cereal-based foods for infants are consistent with the recent European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) findings that complementary feeding at four months poses no risk to infants,...
The use of Bisphenol A (BPA) in bottles and other food packaging
continues to stir controversy, with calls this week from a UK-based
pregnancy charity for mandatory labelling of the chemical when
present in packs.
Cargill Health & Food Technologies has said it will enter the
arachidonic acid (ARA) business through a new joint venture
agreement with Wuhan Alking Bioengineering, the leading ARA
producer in China serving the Chinese infant...