The low fat world is flat…


The low fat world is flat…

By Ben Bouckley

Major EU food manufacturers continue to offer low- or no fat products as a consumer option alongside goods higher in fat, while the trend towards healthier food launches along these lines has remained flat or even declined in some states.

Change the diet of the cow to give people a healthier dairy diet

Special Edition: Lower fat foods

The farmyard holds the key to better reduced fat dairy products

By Guy Montague-Jones

Dairy products have become a target for food policy makers eager to put their populations on a low-fat diet but there is some debate about how best to achieve this and whether it is really desirable.

Cheese - with 50% less salt

Micro salt: Coming to a supermarket near you ...

By Elaine Watson

The firm behind a new breed of microscopic salt crystals that is helping manufacturers slash sodium and retain their clean-labels has branched out into the retail market with the development of a consumer product called Solti.

New strategies for salt reduction

New strategies for salt reduction

By Nathan Gray

Reducing salt in food products is a key challenge for the industry, but reducing salt can impact consumer perceptions of taste and preference. Is it possible to maintain, or boost salt intensity and flavours, whilst reducing actual salt levels?

ASA finds against omega-3 claims for HiPP follow-on formula

Omega-3 baby brain food ads pulled in UK

By Shane Starling

Magazine adverts for follow-on formula containing prebiotics and omega-3s have been rapped in the UK for making brain health claims unauthorised by the European Union nutrition and health claims regulation (NHCR).

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