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Cardiovascular disease could be mitigated with healthier diets

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How dietary patterns may influence CVD risk

By Judy Buttriss

Premature deaths from cardiovascular disease (CVD) have fallen considerably, in part due to new treatments – but ill health associated with the disease remains high and could even be rising in older age groups.

Action on calories more effective than pressure to reduce sugar, claimed experts

Calories more important than sugar in obesity debate

By James Ridler

Reducing calories and portion sizes would play a more important role in curbing obesity than putting pressure on manufacturers to cut sugar in their products, according to an expert in food science.

(Left to right) Nigel Upson, Claire Wright and Ben Lee

Poultry processor appoints managing director

By James Ridler

Yorkshire-based Soanes Poultry has promoted general manager Nigel Upson to the role of managing director, as part of a restructure of its board of directors.

Overfishing wild sealife to feed farms is threatening food security, claimed experts

Overfishing threatens food security

By Helen Gilbert

Food security is being threatened due to billions of tonnes of small fish being taken from the wild every year to feed farmed fish, a damning new report has revealed.

Red and processed meats have been linked with bowel cancer in a new report

Meat and bowel cancer link raised by research

By Aidan Fortune

New research has found that people who eat red and processed meat within Department of Health and Social Care guidelines are still at increased risk of bowel cancer.

Step onto the show floor at IFE 2019 in this video

Innovation on show at IFE 2019

By James Ridler

From low calorie meringue bars to vegan ready meals, this year’s International Food & Drink Event (IFE) showcased the latest innovations in the industry – captured in our whistle-stop video tour.

National coverage of an optimistic 2019 wheat harvest should be taken with a pinch of salt, warned AHDB

Caution urged over wheat harvest optimism

By Helen Gilbert

Food firms should be cautious about national media coverage of optimistic 2019 wheat harvest predictions, AHDB Market Intelligence, a source for the articles, has warned.

Gael Delamare (pictured) discusses the pros and cons of 3D printing

3D printing and food: five things you need to know

By Helen Gilbert

Earlier this week science and technology consultancy Campden BRI announced it was conducting new research into the world of 3D printing applications for the food industry. Here, ingredients scientist Gael Delamare, who is leading the project, talks Helen...

Fear over the abuse of personal data mar the discussion into personalised nutrition

Clarity over digital data use needed

By Rick Pendrous

Personalised nutrition offers a huge opportunity to improve public health, but fears about the abuse of individual data could undermine that prospect unless there is better clarity about its ownership and use, a leading academic in the field has claimed.

A new test can identify the validity of buffalo mozzarella

Mozzarella fraud laid bare by test

By Noli Dinkovski

Two-thirds of supermarket pizzas, restaurant pizzas and other restaurant dishes labelled as containing buffalo mozzarella have been shown to contain mozzarella made wholly or partially from cows’ milk, after a test was developed to distinguish between...

Premier Foods owns brands ranging from Mr Kipling and Ambrosia to Batchelors

Premier Foods review weighs all options

By Helen Gilbert

The wholesale break-up of all Premier Foods brands, including Mr Kipling, is one option it is considering, after hiring advisors at boutique firm d'Angelin & Co to help with its strategic review.

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