Confusing health and nutrition claims in food marketing to children

Researchers at University of Glasgow investigated how nutritious children’s products with health and nutrition claims are. The research was carried across a variety of UK food retailers with 332 products.

10/04/2019   by Joanna Gallagher  

Digital marketing of unhealthy products to children

The World Health Organisation (WHO) have released a report that looks at the rapidly changing digital marketing ecosystem within which action to protect children's online experience must be taken.

20/03/2019   by Joanna Gallagher  

IBEC report indicates reduction in salt, sugar and saturated fat in food products sold in Ireland

A report released by IBEC indicates that food reformulation by 15 major food companies has resulted in reductions in salt, sugar, and saturated fat in food products sold in Ireland.

25/02/2019   by Deirdre Brennan  

Sugar intake in infants, children and adolescents – ESPGHAN guidance

A concise guide was produced by The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) Committee on Nutrition.

03/12/2018   by Joanna Gallagher  

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Children, START, Sugar

Marketing of foods high in fat, sugar and/or salt to children in Europe

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released an evaluation of the implementation of recommendation for the marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children within the European Region.

 

17/10/2018   by Joanna Gallagher  

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