'Stealth health' is fast becoming a buzzword in the food industry. But does the world 'stealth' imply something inherently negative, and is the quiet reformulation strategy painting an unfair or unrealistic picture of foods?
While it may be clear that people should probably cut down on their intakes of salt, sugar, and fat, the best way to achieve this has always caused a bit of a headache. Is quiet reformulation the most pragmatic solution?
Foods that are grown, produced, and traded internationally have a major impact on global water scarcity, according to new research suggesting water should be better considered in the food trading equation.
India’s regulator responsible for agriculture exports has said it was not consulted ahead of the European Union’s decision this week to temporarily ban the import of Indian mangoes and vegetables due to pest concerns.