Obesity Debate

Industry calls for health and nutrition improvements

FoodDrinkEurope pledged to help cut Europe’s calorie intake by 10%

FoodDrinkEurope, the European food and drink manufacturers association, has launched a call for action to help improve consumers’ diets and promote good health and nutrition at the European Business Summit yesterday (May 23).

EU health claim regulations for food can be a regulatory maze

EU food health claims helped by innovation strategy

Bakery tastes: consumers are looking for sustainable ingredients with provenance

Bakery spotlight: why the feelgood factor still matters

The EU’s advice will aim to establish a cut-off value for daily exposure to added sugars

EU to provide daily sugar intake advice by 2020

A Labour government would ban sugary food TV adverts before 9pm

Labour ‘to ban sugary food TV adverts before 9pm’

Food nutrition’s role in children’s academic development was discussed at the conference

Food nutrition in schools gets teacher training boost

Tesco's strategic adviser Tim Smith. Picture courtesy of Tesco.plc

Tesco wants traffic light labels to include exercise

The soft drinks tax could be extended to cakes, confectionery and pastry after a two-year review

Tax on sugary drinks may be extended after review

The drinks giant is to provide links on the labels of all its leading brands

Pernod Ricard adds nutrition info link on labels

The nutrition show expects to attract 1,000 exhibitors and 18,500 visitors

Vitafoods Europe: grounds for optimism

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