Public Health England

Cereal manufacturers were 'refusing to be transparent' by avoiding colour-coded front of pack nutrition labels, claimed Action on Sugar

Most manufacturers ‘go beyond labelling obligation’

By Matt Atherton

Most food manufacturers go beyond their legal obligation to provide clear nutrition labelling, says the Food and Drink Federation (FDF), after claims manufacturers were “deliberately deceiving” shoppers by not using colour-coded labels on cereal packaging.

Buttriss: 'childhood obesity strategy expected in the new year'

Childhood obesity strategy anticipated

By Judy Buttriss

A paper in the Lancet in September revealed that while we are living longer, poor diet now exceeds smoking as a risk factor for chronic diseases in England. So, the policy focus on nutrition is unlikely to go away any time soon.

Vitamin D has been linked to bone health

National survey highlights vitamin D deficiency fears

By Rod Addy

UK Vitamin D deficiency is a growing problem, indicated by the latest data from the National Diet & Nutrition Survey (NDNS), but the food industry could help, nutritionist Dr Carrie Ruxton claims.

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Food safety conference

Food safety conference to prevent costly product recalls

By Michael Stones

Food Manufacture’s food safety conference will update delegates on the latest advice on food and drink safety in a one-day event that could prevent multi-million pound product recalls.

The conference will arm delegates with the information they need to avoid product recalls that could cost millions of pounds

Food safety conference to arm delegates with key advice

By Michael Stones

Arming manufacturers with the key information they need to manage food and drink safety risks is the aim of the Food Manufacture Group’s one-day conference – Safe and legal food in a changing world – due to take place on Wednesday, October 15 2014, at...


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