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The blonde chocolate trends makes its way into non-HFSS with the launch of Nestle's new dessert

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Milkybar gold chocolate desserts join non-HFSS train

By Gwen Ridler

A new contender has joined the growing ranks of non-high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) sweet treats, with the reveal of Lactalis Nestlé Chilled Desserts UK’s Milkybar Gold White Chocolate Crème Dessert.

The Government has pushed back the propsosed ban on junk food ads before 9pm on TV and online until 2025

Government delays junk food ad ban

By Gwen Ridler

The UK government’s plan to push back its proposed ban on junk food adverts before 9pm on TV and online has been met by backlash from health bodies and industry pressure groups.

As demand for healthy snacks increases, how are food manufacturers facing this challenge?

Healthy Snacking feature

Healthy snacking: The journey towards non-HFSS

By Michelle Perrett

As consumer demand for healthy snacks continues to grow, we explore how food manufacturers have tackled the need to make their products non-high in fat, salt and sugar.

The Government has pushed back restrictions on HFSS promotions in stores

Government delays restrictions on HFSS promotions

By Gwen Ridler

The Government’s delay in the implementation of restrictions on advertising and volume promotions for high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods has been criticised for contradicting its levelling up ambitions and escalating the cost of treating obesity.

Kellogg's planned the challenge the rules on the promotion HFSS in court

Kellogg’s launches legal challenge against HFSS guidelines

By Gwen Ridler

Kellogg’s has launched a legal challenge against the Government’s upcoming restrictions on retail promotions for food and drink high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS), claiming the rules unfairly represented breakfast cereals.

Small businesses will be exempt from the Government's junk food ad ban

Small businesses exempt from junk food ad ban

By Gwen Ridler

Small business are to be exempt from the Government’s ban on junk food advertising, as sweeping bans on ads for foods high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) come into force next year.

New rules of HFSS foods risk damaging the sports nutrition industry, claimed ESSNA

Sports nutrition at risk from HFSS guidelines

By Gwen Ridler

Poorly defined restrictions on products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) in the Government’s obesity regulation efforts could risk damaging the sport nutrition industry, the European Specialist Sport Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) claims.

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