Snacks supplier Nim’s Fruit Crisps unveiled its first range of vegetable crisps at the Food & Drink Expo in the UK last week – and took the show’s award for...
Excess abdominal fat is more of a risk factor for heart attacks than weight, especially for women, a Norwegian study has determined.
Modifying food intake as a therapy for improving the quality of sleep may not make a difference, a review of studies has found.
Cambridge City Council has provided backing for Checkit’s management and monitoring system.
3dChef has partnered with a number of confectionery firms to develop next generation candies, sweets and decorations for the pastry industry.
Children who eat sweet foods over salty snacks, despite being full, are more likely to experience weight gain, a study has found.
A high-fructose diet during pregnancy may lead to the foetus developing hypertension, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and obesity in later life, a study reports.
The nutrition science community is becoming increasingly concerned about the health halo around coconut oil and the risk to health if consumption becomes a regular occurrence.
People who consume more fast food are exposed to higher levels of chemicals that can lead to infertility, according to a study.
The rapidly-growing age segment of over-85s has been neglected in both nutrition research and dietary recommendations, say UK researchers behind a large-scale trail-blazing study.
A recent study published in the Journal of Ophthalmology has shown the benefits of consuming a dairy drink, MacuView, containing lutein-, zeaxanthin- and DHA-enriched egg yolk.
Fresh fruit consumption has been linked with a lower risk of heart attack and stroke, according to new research.
An over consumption of sugar sets in motion a reward mechanism in the brain that mimics other drugs such as tobacco and cocaine, a study has suggested.
Polysaccharides have been put forward as a cheaper alternative to phosphates to help retain water in prawns under commercial conditions, a study has decided.
92% of 800+ ingredient and product exhibitors that attended Vitafoods Europe in Geneva last year said they would launch at least one product in the following year.
A simple, paper-based test could help detect food pathogens before they reach supermarket shelves and restaurants, say Korean researchers.
The nutritional quality of food will plummet as carbon emissions rise, with every bite delivering less protein, fewer micronutrients and more sugars, according to a report released this week.
A high-protein diet can help obese older adults lose weight and improve physical function compared with a regular weight loss regimen, according to a new study.
Switching from saturated fat to vegetable oils that are rich in linoleic acid reduces cholesterol but actually increases the incidence of heart attacks and heart disease, according to a recent...
New EU research shows that diets targeted at an individual’s specific needs –personalised nutrition – can improve health more than general nutrition advice, but the results are not improved by...
Scientists have developed a wearable system that monitors calorie intake by recognising the chewing and swallowing sounds of food, a research paper has revealed.
3D food printing gives academics an opportunity to explore the functionality of ingredients and how we can delay the process to get a solid structure and build challenging shapes, according...
Gelatin extracted from duck feet or other avian sources could provide an alternative to pig and cow sources, which some consumers avoid for ethical or religious reasons, claims a new...
Food should be labelled with how much exercise is required to expend its calories in order to help promote an active lifestyle, said a leading health expert.
Following global dietary advice for healthy eating could help avoid over five million deaths per year, but it will only cut carbon emissions by 29% - nowhere near enough to...