Fish is the latest foodstuff to be mislabelled, and is yet another cost-cutting exercise at the expense of consumers.
Meat labels to identify ratios of substitutes hailed as “real progress” in effort to curtail the international horsemeat scandal.
The School Food Plan, food poverty and the joy of breakfast was explored at the second annual Children’s Food Conference in London.
Not just a competition, the Thought For Food project is a contest for the greater good.
UK fails to back neonicotinoid ban in Europe
Producers, restaurateurs and caterers are being given food for thought for National Salt Awareness Week.
Calls for a fat tax are coming thick and fast, so what would it mean for the UK?
We’re getting an education.
Can a 25-year campaign launched in February be the key to encouraging bi-partisan action in food education, not just through governments, but the private sector too?
Cooking’s going compulsory, and what fine timing it is.