The shake-up for salt use in processed food has continued this week
with UK food agency unveiling a new salt model to investigate the
effects of reducing salt content in different food groups on
Britain is turning into a nation of extremes with disparities
between weight and wealth deepening year on year. As the gap
increases between obesity and underweight, rich and poor, what are
the implications for the nation's food...
Carrefour is to expand its business in South Korea and Japan, two
markets where the phenomenally successful retailer has struggled to
make money in recent years. But will the focus on different store
formats, better adapted to the...
The European Commission has been forced to issue a statement this
week setting the record straight on a number of reports in the
media that new rules on the use of health claims will lead to a ban
on food advertising and other such...
The European Commission this week issued a statement relating to
its proposed regulation on health and nutrition claims announced in
a bid to clear up complaints based on 'myths and
Many Britons are earning more money than ever before - which means
they generally work longer hours but also spend more time on
leisure activities. All of which has altered the food and drink
consumption patterns in the UK, and had...
With all the sound of fury over the Safeway takeover last week, an
excellent first half performance from the Co-op Group was all but
overlooked. But the group's highly successful focus on the
convenience store sector is a warning...
Precautionary principle expert Professor Ortwin Renn tells
participants in a lunch debate this week that policy makers and
scientists should use one of five risk management regimes to deal
with scientific risk, reports CORDIS.