Food Labelling

‘Shrinkflation’ must be clear to stop shoppers feeling ‘cheated’

Producers urged to make 'Shrinkflation' clear to consumers

Food manufacturers have been urged to make it clear when they shrink products, to stop consumers feeling “cheated”.

A suspected fake vodka factory was raided on July 19, HMRC confirmed

Suspected fake vodka factory raid: 2,000 litres seized

Premier Foods reported a 3.1% sales fall

Premier Foods’s sales hit by weather and promotions

Poundland has continued to produce Twin Peaks despite a reported legal row with Toblerone maker Mondelēz International

Poundland continues Toblerone lookalike production

The BMA has called for health warnings to be introduced on sugary food packaging

‘More work needed’ after kids’ sugary food ad ban

The Food Expo Innovation Awards were dominated by food ingredients that exploited the clean labelling trend

Food innovation awards reflect clean-label trend

Country of origin information for food and drink must be made clearer when shopping online, the NFU said

Product origin labels ‘must be made clearer online’

The EU has been asked to create nutrient profiles ‘as a matter of urgency’

Nestlé and Unilever lead call for EU nutrient profiles

Demand for halal food is growing among muslims and non-muslims, says the HFA

Halal certification body to launch defence fund

POE Ltd was ordered to pay after incorrectly labelling chicken heart and liver, and for unhygienically manufacturing food

Food firm told to pay £44k for food hygiene offences

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