A giant, squealing pig accompanied protesters at a CAP reforms vote this week, the EU said it will pump €250m into supplying healthy foods to school children, and the Single-Use Plastics (SUP) Directive was voted in by Parliament. FoodNavigator brings...
Shoppers that purchase around 40-80% of goods on special offer have a greater chance of being obese, says Cancer Research UK, which is pushing for restrictions on price promotions for less healthy products.
Children continue to be targeted by HFSS advertising campaigns on social media, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), which is calling on Member States to implement measures that restrict underage ad impressions.
Consumer goods retailers and manufacturers are making ‘good progress’ on their ambition to enable consumers to make healthier lifestyle choices, according to a new report from the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF).
Nestlé launches its first ever Milkybar milk and white chocolate offering, cricket-based crackers hit UK shelves, and Red Date superfruits get a dark chocolate makeover. FoodNavigator brings you the latest new product development trends in Europe.
To mark International Women’s Day, FoodNavigator looks behind the brands and delves into the corporate social responsibility reports of the food and beverage majors. How is gender equality being addressed and is this reflected in women’s pay packets?