Ahead of its release today (May 20), the European Snacks Association (ESA) has welcomed the European Commission’s Farm to Fork Strategy (F2F), but has also cautioned the recommendations to set maximum levels of certain nutrients is not the best way forward.
Snack chat is BakeryandSnacks’ new online series profiling influential people working in the bakery and snacks industries. Our first guest is Sabastian Emig, director general of the European Snacks Association (ESA).
European salt trade body EUSalt admits the “battle is lost” to prevent mandatory EU-wide salt labelling on food products after Guideline Dietary Allowance (GDA) measures were approved as expected in a European Parliament vote this afternoon.
Enhancing food products with odours could compensate for the taste impact of reducing their salt content, according to a new study, thereby giving manufacturers another tool towards healthier formulation.
Over 35 per cent of commercial bread in the UK does not meet FSA
targets for salt levels, says a new survey from the Consensus
Action on Salt and Health (CASH) that looks set to maintain
pressure on UK bakers to reduce the salt content...