Vitamins C and E could be especially beneficial in reducing
oxidative stress in men. The findings follow a recent study in
Japan that investigated possible gender-related differences in
The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) this week invited
the public and interested organisations to comment on proposed
changes to the Food Standards Code, including new requirements for
food-type dietary supplements and...
Food, health and consumer associations welcomed international
discussions this week at the World Health Organisation (WHO) in
Geneva following the first-ever report that acrylamide - a
potentially cancer causing chemical, is likely...
Marketers keen to enjoy the fruits of the surging demand for soy
products risk wasting millions of promotional euros in categories
that do not match consumer desires, claims a new report from US
market analysts FIND/SVP.
In a bid to help identify European groups at high risk of
nutrition-related disease, scientists in Greece have developed a
food habit databank to identify population groups at risk of
diseases such as heart disease and stroke.
Danish food ingredients company Danisco moved one step closer to
its ambition to become the world's number five flavour house when
it confirmed the company's acquisition of Belgian flavour house
A €91 million sugar-substitute plant in western Turkey represents
the biggest greenfield investment made outside the US by Cargill,
the Minnesota-based food producer. Yet the problems faced by
Cargill in Turkey since the factory started...
A minority shareholder in troubled Dutch supermarket chain Laurus
who is continuing the battle to temporarily block a proposed rescue
plan for the company led by France's Casino Guichard-Perrachon
suffered a knock-back on Wednesday...