Doves Farm Foods will invest millions of pounds in a new packing and processing operation, co-founder Michael Marriage has revealed.
Supplements and other sports nutrition could play a role in helping to prevent bone injuries and infections common in high-intensity training programmes, specialists have been told.
Functional food manufacturers should prepare to take advantage of a popular free-from diet developed in Australia and already emerging in the UK, experts have said.
Focus on high-protein products is dominating the dairy sector, says Michelle Knott
Rely on health messages too much and fail, functional food businesses have been warned.
Cheese came under fire from anti-obesity campaigner Professor Graham MacGregor at a recent conference for its high fat content.
The Food Manufacture Group assembled an expert team of webinar speakers to help separate the facts from the fictions and the myths from hard scientific realities surrounding Britain’s obesity crisis....
Sugar tax is a good idea, but the government may be unwilling to implement it, according to expert panellists taking part in Food Manufacture’s webinar on obesity.
Multivitamin supplements are a safe and effective way to fortify western diets, which are low in vitamins and minerals, ingredients firm DSM has argued.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Minerva Research Labs Ltd have fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), as well as European health claims legislation, with adverts for nutritional supplements.
Nearly 1,300 people registered for the Food Manufacture Group’s free, one-hour, independent webinar on the roots of Britain’s obesity crisis and its remedies. Here, we capture a flavour in quotes...
More research is needed to counter Britain’s burgeoning obesity crisis, according to the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST), which helped the Food Manufacture Group stage an independent, free,...
Unhealthy foods don’t satisfy consumers’ appetites in the same way as other foods, meaning they end up eating more, fuelling the obesity “pandemic”, according to campaigners.
Calls to base Britain’s obesity debate on a more scientific footing and the urgent need to reformulate food and drink products were just two of the key messages speakers took...
A new study revealing that more than 700 Britons a day are diagnosed with obesity-related diabetes constitutes a “national health emergency”, warns the boss of Diabetes UK.
Give food science a greater role in the debate about the roots and remedies of Britain’s obesity crisis, urged nutrition experts in their opening remarks at the Food Manufacture Group’s...
There’s still time to register for the Food Manufacture Group’s free, one-hour, independent webinar on the roots and remedies to Britain’s obesity crisis, taking place tomorrow at 1100 GMT tomorrow...
Food and drink manufacturers have called for a stronger partnership between industry and government, as part of a three-point wishlist for the next government.
Roquette has built a microalgae production unit at its Lestrem site near Calais in France, with the capability to produce 5,000t a year.
Rising health concerns are driving European consumers to more high-protein food and drinks, despite most Europeans already having enough in their diets, according to Innova Market Insights.
Bowman Ingredients has furthered its global expansion by launching a joint venture with a leading food coatings firm in Thailand.
Three leading food science, technology and nutrition groups have joined forces to back Food Manufacture’s free, independent, one-hour obesity webinar to be staged on Thursday July 3 at 1100 GMT,...
The intake of added sugar in people’s daily diet should be halved as part of a campaign to cut Britain’s soaring obesity levels, according to an influential report by government...
Public Health England will investigate taxing sugary drinks according to the paper it issued alongside the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition’s (SACN’s) draft report published today (June 26).
Introducing sugar targets, in a bid to battle Britain’s obesity crisis, would be counter-productive, said Susan Jebb, ahead of a key report from Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN).
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