Trade deals with the US and others could see our high standards torn up. Here’s why we’re demanding the government uphold these hard-won protections.
Posts tagged with "food-labelling"
Do you pay attention to the recommended portion or serving sizes on food or drink? I’m wondering just how suitable a lot of them really are.
Bite Back 2030 wants to achieve a world where all young people have the opportunity to be healthy. Our guest, Rebecca Morgan, explains more.
From soy sauce and piccalilli to ketchup and beyond, how are you storing your condiments? How do you know when it’s time to get rid of them?
Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the Government, explains how the country can tackle obesity.
Ever ended up buying more food and drink than you intended? How did it happen? Our guest Heather Peace of Food Standards Scotland explains how ‘upsizing’ works.
As Christmas approaches, it’s sometimes easy to become swept up in the frenzy of present buying without checking details. Have you ever returned an item after a little more research?
The tragic recent death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse following a severe allergic reaction has raised urgent questions about food labelling. Do you think manufacturers should be doing more?
We all want to do more to help reduce the impact of plastic and other packaging in our environment – do you factor recycling in to your grocery shop?
Threats to withdraw it from sale were successfully fought off in the 1990s, but now there’s a new ‘sauce’ of concern for Heinz Salad Cream lovers. So how do you use this most British of condiments?
It’s British Sandwich Week! Did you know we buy more than 3.5 billion sandwiches a year? And that doesn’t include the ones we make at home. Let’s settle the question once and for all: what’s the best sandwich?
A review by Cambridge University has looked at whether providing calorie information in places that we eat at out at, such as in restaurants and cafes, has any impact on what we actually choose. Would having this information affect your decision?
Now here’s a challenge for you this weekend. Find the oldest store cupboard item in your kitchen. Once you’ve done that, think about it very carefully. Would you still eat it? What if it was out of date by over 18 years? (more on Best Before dates…)
They taste exactly the same as the fruit you’re used to – they’re just not orange. Would you put them in your shopping basket?