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Label for upcycled foods unveiled in US

26 April 2021 | Dean Best

The industry body behind the seal says the label is the world's first certification mark for upcycled foods. ... read more


UK 'to drop plans for online junk-food ad ban'

29 March 2021 | Dean Best

A report suggests the UK government could be set to make a fresh announcement on its proposals to ban online adverts promoting food high in fat, sugar and salt. ... read more


Premier Is drops 'Eskimo' brand name

5 March 2021 | Dean Best

The Danish ice-cream supplier said last summer it could not "identify any derogatory meaning" from using the word 'eskimo' but would review the situation. ... read more


Schouten to change TuNo product name after Atlantic Natural Foods approach

29 January 2021 | Dean Best

The Netherlands-based meat-free group is to change the name of its newly-launched tuna-alternative product after an approach from a company in North America. ... read more


UK confirms move to curb 'junk food' promos

4 January 2021 | Dean Best

The UK government had indicated during the summer restrictions on the promotion of foods high in fat, salt and sugar were on the horizon. ... read more


Manufacturers, ad industry criticise UK plan for online ban

23 November 2020 | Dean Best

UK manufacturers, the foodservice sector and advertisers have written to Boris Johnson to complain about proposals to ban online adverts promoting food high in fat, sugar and salt. ... read more


Eskimo Pie also to be rebranded in Australia

9 October 2020 | Dean Best

After a change of name in the US, Froneri ice-cream brand Eskimo Pie is to also have a new moniker elsewhere. ... read more


Mondelez ups media spend to retain consumers

10 September 2020 | Dean Best

The US snacks giant has managed to lure in new consumers during the Covid-19 pandemic and is upping investment in the second half of 2020 to retain their custom. ... read more


France probe finds meat labelling, traceability "anomalies"

7 September 2020 | Dean Best

An investigation by France's consumer protection agency has highlighted "anomalies" in how meat products on sale in the country are being labelled. ... read more


Lindt & Sprungli brushes off Russia product claims

31 August 2020 | Dean Best

The Swiss chocolate maker faces allegations from Moscow's advertising watchdog centring on the quality of its products. ... read more


Expect more beef as Lightlife seeks plant-based high ground

26 August 2020 | Dean Best

Lightlife's war of words with Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods is another sign meat-free is now mainstream – and has brands battling it out as their peers have done in the past. ... read more


Lightlife sparks US meat-free war of words

26 August 2020 | Dean Best

The Lightlife brand, owned by Canadian meat giant Maple Leaf Foods, has taken aim at the ingredients used by Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. ... read more


Germany should introduce mandatory climate labels – government advisors

25 August 2020 | Dean Best

A scientific panel advising the German government on areas including food policy has set out a range of recommendations to promote "sustainable food consumption". ... read more


UK unveils plan to tackle "obesity time bomb"

27 July 2020 | Dean Best

Restrictions on advertising and promotions are among measures the UK has announced today (27 July) to fight obesity, moves the food industry have labelled "a punishing blow". ... read more


UK industry criticises mooted Government obesity measures

24 July 2020 | Dean Best

The industry association representing food manufacturers operating in the UK has hit out at the measures the country's government is said to be lining up to try to reduce obesity. ... read more


Unilever to review Eskimo ice-cream in Denmark

17 July 2020 | Dean Best

Unilever is reviewing whether to continue using the name 'eskimo' on an ice-cream product in a country where the moniker has divided opinion. ... read more


Danish split over use of 'Eskimo' for ice cream

16 July 2020 | Dean Best

Premier Is, the Denmark-based ice-cream supplier, is to review its use of Kaempe Eskimo for one of its lines amid the scrutiny over product designations for possible stereotyping. ... read more


Curbing promos has little impact on obesity, industry insists

13 July 2020 | Dean Best

The trade association representing food manufacturers operating in the UK has pushed back at the prospect of any curbs on the use of promotions. ... read more


Ben & Jerry's joins Facebook ad boycott

24 June 2020 | Dean Best

The US ice-cream business, owned by Unilever, has signed up to a campaign calling on companies to not advertise on Facebook's services in July. ... read more


Nestle to rebrand "out of step" Australian candies

23 June 2020 | Dean Best

Nestle has set out plans to change the names of two confectionery brands in Australia, the latest example of a food maker reviewing their product ranges for possible stereotypes. ... read more


Now's the time to review your brand values – and much more, too

19 June 2020 | Dean Best

Food companies must reappraise their brands and make sure they stand up to today's values – and go further still in their supply chains in their journeys to racial justice. ... read more


Scotland puts plan for HFSS food promo curbs on ice

12 June 2020 | Dean Best

Scotland has decided to pause plans to limit the way foods high in fat, sugar or salt can be promoted in the country. ... read more


Unilever sees competitive edge from move on kids marketing

13 February 2020 | Dean Best

Unilever has made changes to the way it markets food and beverage products to children, initiatives led by the Wall's owner's ice-cream business. ... read more


Kellogg to use Nutri-Score in France

23 January 2020 | Dean Best

Kellogg has become the latest major manufacturer to decide to use the Nutri-Score nutrition labels on products. ... read more


Danone rolls out Nutri-Score in new market

16 January 2020 | Dean Best

Activia and Alpro owner Danone has put the Nutri-Score nutrition labels developed in France on products on sale in another European market. ... read more


Dutch government announces support for Nutri-Score

29 November 2019 | Dean Best

The Netherlands government has expressed support for a nutrition-labelling scheme originating in France after a review of different options. ... read more


Yogurt drinks part of new Singapore health regulations

14 October 2019 | Dean Best

Yogurt drinks are among the list of beverage products on sale in Singapore that will need to have front-of-pack nutrition labels. ... read more


Critics of UK's top doctor picking on wrong target

11 October 2019 | Dean Best

There's a lot to be said for the recommendations the UK's outgoing chief medical officer has made on how the Government can hit its 2030 target on child obesity, writes Dean Best. ... read more


Warning labels on ‘junk food’ in Mexico move closer

7 October 2019 | Dean Best

Mexico's lower house has passed a bill that would see manufacturers operating in the country having to put warning labels on foods high in fat, salt and sugar. ... read more


Scotland to table plan to curb HFSS food promotions

6 September 2019 | Dean Best

Scotland is to push forward with a plan to limit the way foods high in fat, sugar or salt can be promoted in the country, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. ... read more


EU, US urged to ratify mozzarella deal

27 August 2019 | Dean Best

The EU and the governments of the US and Italy have been asked to approve a deal struck by dairy industry organisations over the use of the term mozzarella. ... read more


The problems with a 'purpose'-led strategy

24 June 2019 | Dean Best

Unilever CEO Alan Jope caused a bit of stir last week as the advertising industry headed to the sunny south of France for the annual Cannes Lion advertising exhibition. ... read more


Jack Link's prepares marketing push in UK

19 March 2019 | Dean Best

Jack Link's, the US-based meat-snacks supplier, is set to embark on a marketing offensive in a major European market. ... read more


Nomad Foods' Iglo brings in Nutri-Score labels in Germany

7 January 2019 | Dean Best

Nomad Foods, the frozen-foods manufacturer, has become the latest supplier to introduce a set of nutrition labels on its products in Germany. ... read more


The stories before Christmas you might have missed

3 January 2019 | Dean Best

To help you catch up on what you might have missed before Christmas, just-food rounds up the best of our coverage before the festive period. ... read more


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