Fears are rife that consumer trust in the food products they buy will denigrate as cash strapped consumers are forced to turn their backs on clean living and healthy eating as inflation reaches record highs in the UK and eurozone.
Kids remain ‘desperately underserved’ by the market, claim start-ups. They say there is a clear trend that more parents are prioritising home-style, fresh food for young children over shelf-stable food. But their next challenge is competition for shelf...
Danone believes that the cornonavirus pandemic will result in a polarization of the food sector, as consumers trade up to healthier products in some areas and trade-down to cut household expenditure in others. “There will be a polarization of the market....
Mirroring western research, the first major Middle Eastern study investigating the link between diet and mental health finds that healthy eating is associated with a lower risk of anxiety and depression.
Identifying a child’s emotional response to food could help manufacturers develop better-for-you products for kids that encourage lasting healthy eating habits, according to the developers of a new database.
Policy makers must collect more high quality data to evaluating the effectiveness of current healthy eating campaigns if future strategies are to be successful, say researchers behind the EATWELL project.
No more deep-fried chocolate bars, fry-ups and shortbread for the
Scots. A major new long term campaign, launched yesterday by the
Scottish government, will seek to improve the diet of the Scots in
a bid to combat the nation's...
People in Scotland view healthy eating as boring and tasteless,
these are the findings or new research carried out by the Food
Standards Agency (FSA) Scotland which investigated why so many
Scots fail to improve their diet.