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Nanny says eat... but at your own risk
It’s a wonder we are brave enough to leave our beds in the morning. Life seems to be becoming more and more of...
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has been
progressing both a voluntary signposting scheme for packaged foods
and a nutritional criteria to the Office...
The groundwork for the implementation of proposals
first outlined in the November 2004 UK governments’ White
Paper ‘Choosing Health’ continues apace....
The €1.3bn acquisition of Picard Surgeles, the
French producer and retailer of frozen foods, by BC Partners at the
end of 2004 capped a...
On 20 June 2005 the Department of Health issued a
consultation paper (Consultation on the Smokefree Elements of the
Health Improvement and Protection...
Ofcom has upheld a complaint of unfair treatment
from Novartis AG about a documentary, Dying for Drugs,
broadcast by Channel 4 in April 2003.
Frosties – implication product was healthy due to football reference
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) acted on a complaint that the claim “…eat...
An American woman has filed a lawsuit in March 2005 against food companies including Kraft Foods, General Mills and Kellogg alleging that “low sugar” breakfast...
The European Food Supplement Directive 2002/46/EC
(“FSD”) is due to come into force on 1st August 2005.
The FSD will make it illegal to supply any products...
A northern English cheese producer has brought an action against the European Commission over the right to use the label “feta” on its cheese products...
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