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Kids’ sugar advertising ban is ‘choking the industry’

The ban, extended to cover all non-broadcast media was a ‘sticking plaster’: DWF

An extension on the ban of advertising high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food and drink products to children was an added burden to the “already onerous regulatory restrictions that are choking the industry”, a legal expert in the field has said.

The British Retail Consortium and the Food and Drink Federation have launched a search for sugar alternatives

Manufacturers search for sugar alternatives

Both the government and consumers are looking for lower salt options, Healy Group claims

Food firms claim salt reduction pressure is growing

Tea boss: Somnath Saha spoke exclusively to Food Manufacture earlier this year

Typhoo commits to sustainable tea partnership

Almost two-thirds of European consumers welcome pulse-based ingredients in products, Ingredion claims

Nutritional benefits of pulses winning over consumers: survey

Monosodium glutamate is the most widely recognised of the six glutamate additives

EU food safety body: adopt safe glutamate intake levels

Cereal manufacturers were 'refusing to be transparent' by avoiding colour-coded front of pack nutrition labels, claimed Action on Sugar

Most manufacturers ‘go beyond labelling obligation’

Sugar affects texture, viscosity and mouthfeel, according to Leatherhead Food Research

More to sugar replacement than sweetness: research body

Sports brands now have more opportunities to create ‘highly marketable’ drinks

Sports nutrition drinks boosted by lecithin-free option

Professor Walker: better industry communication required a collaborative approach

Food firms need to show honesty: research boss

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