All news articles for September 2019

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Vegans ‘may have higher risk of stroke than meat eaters’: study

By Oliver Morrison

Vegetarian and pescetarian diets are linked to a lower risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), but vegetarians and vegans may have higher risk of stroke than meat eaters, suggests a study published in the BMJ, which claims this may reflect low blood levels...

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Sustainable brands must embrace ‘net positive’: Euromonitor

By Katy Askew

The importance of sustainability continues to rise up the agenda for food brands. A new report from Euromonitor stresses that food makers can’t offset harm done in one area with progress in another. Sustainability leaders are increasingly adopting a ‘net...

Research shows 59% of respondents assume milk is unsafe to drink once the date has passed.

Arla UK changing labels to tackle food waste

By Jim Cornall

According to a OnePoll survey, more than a third of those polled in the UK are unsure of the difference between ‘best before’ and ‘use by’ labels on produce.

Brussels Bulletin: Denmark first to ban PFAS in food packaging

Brussels Bulletin: Denmark first to ban PFAS in food packaging

By Flora Southey

In this edition of the Brussels Bulletin, Denmark moves to ban PFAS chemicals from food packaging, a European Citizens’ Initiative calls for the introduction of a minimum price on CO₂ emissions, and Germany prohibits glyphosate.

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