Diet & Nutrition

2nd March 2022

Better Naked renames its Chicken Kyiv and pledges 50% of product’s profits to humanitarian relief effort in Ukraine

The UK food producer Finnebrogue, which owns the Better Naked brand, has renamed its plant-based Chicken Kiev to Kyiv in solidarity with the Ukrainian people as they continue to defend […]
25th February 2022

Sugar: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Sugar is one of the most popular ingredients added to foods in the entire world, but especially in the United States. It’s not only found in […]
16th November 2021

Maintaining a healthy balanced diet can support the immune system

The media is full of advice on how to ‘boost’ your immune system, with many claims of certain supplements or foods doing just this. But how […]
16th November 2021

Britain’s secret junk food habits revealed in new health survey

• New research lifts the lid on Britain’s secret snacking sins amid junk food epidemic • Millions keep secret stashes of chocolate around the house to […]
29th September 2021

Aggregate research reveals links between coffee and cardiovascular health

Ahead of World Heart Day (29th September) and International Coffee Day (1st October) this week, the Institute of Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) would like to […]
24th February 2021

Radnor to launch first vitamin D spring water drink in Tetra Pak® packages

Wales’ leading family owned branded soft drinks company is launching a new product to help customers to get their daily vitamin D dose. Radnor Vits, which […]
24th February 2021

Vegetarian for Life invites you to join their monthly virtual vegan luncheon club

Fourth Tuesday of every month via zoom Open to vegans, vegetarians, and meat reducers aged 65 and over, the club offers attendees the chance to learn […]
3rd January 2020

45 percent of meat eaters plan to reduce their meat consumption

According to a recent survey conducted by vegan cheese alternative producer MozzaRisella, over 45 percent of meat eaters are planning to reduce their meat consumption over […]
30th December 2019

Global superfoods market to reach $204.6 billion value by 2025

The growing need for natural, nutrient-rich meals containing vitamins and essential minerals, along with the food innovations and changing lifestyle has increased global demand for superfoods. […]