These are all the posts that have been tagged with healthy.
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General practitioner and television presenter Dr Dawn Harper has launched a UK nationwide campaign to educate parents on the advantages of encouraging children to eat nuts as a snack.
An increasing number of millennials are purchasing coconut-based food products because they consider the ingredient to be a naturally healthy food, according to new research.
There’s a new study almost every month highlighting the benefits of dark chocolate, but now new research is suggesting dark chocolate enriched with extra virgin olive oil is associated with an improved cardiovascular risk profile.
You may look at this question and think the answer is simple, but as an increasing number of consumers buy into the gluten-free trend, new research suggests that gluten-free products are not always a healthy alternative to regular ones.
Daisy Phillipson takes a look at innovations in extrusion and forming machinery and how they can help confectionery and bakery manufacturers ensure a foothold in the health market.
Some 65% of European consumers welcome the addition of pulse-based ingredients to food products, according to new research.
Packaging solutions specialist Parkside is launching a reclose lidding film for a snack fruit pack in the US.
The number one reason US consumers snack is to treat themselves (50%), new research shows, and more than one quarter (28%) says taste is more important than health when choosing a snack.
New research from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) shows that one in ten 14-16 year olds in the UK believe that tomatoes grow underground, and a quarter of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants.
The Milk Manifesto has been launched today in light of global celebrations of World Milk Day.
Action on Sugar has today (12 May) released its six-point manifesto, in which it calls on the next government to extend the soft drinks levy to confectionery.
India is “defying the odds” as one of the world’s growing chocolate confectionery markets, new research suggests, while the global market records slow growth.
While a lot of the anti sugar movement in the mainstream press has focused on the large amount of sugar in products, the cost of food has largely been left out, finds a new Euromonitor report.