As concern builds for farm animal welfare, we look at whether an EU-wide scheme is on the cards, what such a labelling matrix might look like, and ultimately, whether high welfare labels make a difference.
UK supermarkets that fail to take action to improve the nation’s diet are in danger of losing investor confidence, a report claims. But what responsibility, if any, do supermarkets have in bettering the health of their customers?
Sugary drink consumption in Chile fell nearly a quarter after the country introduced a raft of regulatory measures on foods high in sugar, fat, salt and calorie content. The affect was slightly greater among middle and high socioeconomic groups.