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What is plant-based eating and how does it benefit health and wellbeing?

11 May 2022
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We hear about “plant-based diets” everywhere these days, but what exactly are they and how do they impact health?

Easter Indulgence: Can we enjoy chocolate more healthily and sustainably?

13 April 2022
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Easter is upon us and many countries around the world will celebrate this holiday. Since ancient times, this period celebrates the end of winter, the arrival of spring and the coming of new life. It also means the giving of gifts and lots and lots of chocolate consumption!

What do parents expect of food manufacturers?

08 April 2022
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As a result of the global pandemic, health and wellness has taken centre stage and consumers are increasingly focused on getting healthier or staying healthy. In our research conducted in China, Indonesia and Brazil in early 2021, we asked adults which health benefits they intend to focus on long...

Nutrition Month – let's focus on fibre reformulation

30 March 2022
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Last month, Tate & Lyle launched its Gut Health Campaign, with the publication of its health and nutritional data modelling, exploring the positive difference fibre reformulation could make to people’s health in the UK. The findings revealed that increased fibre fortification of some everyday UK...

Everyone knows they should eat more fibre

14 March 2022
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Everyone knows they should eat more fibre – though hardly anyone does. Fibre fortification would make the UK population healthier, writes Dr Kavita Karnik (originally published at FMCG CEO Magazine).
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