All news articles for December 13, 2017

Professor Buttriss: ‘A diet rich in fibre, fruit and vegetables is linked with lower risk of diseases’

OPINION

A healthy diet: why the sum is greater than the parts

By Judy Buttriss

Aspects of diet are often considered in isolation. However, this risks overlooking the likelihood that nutrients and other food components interact, either in the food matrix itself or when the food or meal has been consumed.

Moy Park has named Kirsty Wilkins as its new human resources and organisation development director

Moy Park announces senior appointment

By James Ridler

Meat processor Moy Park has appointed Kirsty Wilkins as its new human resources (HR) and organisation development director, effective immediately.

The Co-op plans to donate 100,000 meals over the festive period. Image courtesy of the the Co-op Group

Co-op to donate 100,000 meals over Christmas

By James Ridler

The Co-op revealed plans to donate 100,000 meals to vulnerable people during the run-up to Christmas, in partnership with food redistribution charity FareShare.

Iceland has avoided a ban on an advert for its luxury bread range

Iceland bread ad escapes ban from watchdog

By James Ridler

Frozen food retailer Iceland has avoided a ban on one of its adverts, after the Advertising Standards Authority dismissed a claim it was misleading.

Congratulations to Andy Cheshire, who supplied the winning photograph, pictured with Ramona Hazan

FMEAs 2017

Congratulations to our Oscar night Twitter photo winner

By Mike Stones

Congratulations to Andy Cheshire, md of CQM Training & Consultancy, who supplied the winning photograph in our Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) Twitter photo competition, sponsored by KDH Projects.

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