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Food labels are a legal requirement on most products. There are specific and strict rules on what should be included. Here’s what you need to know.
A EC ruling may mean that hemp-derived foods and supplements will no longer be legal. What does classifying CBD as a Novel Food mean for producers?
Health-conscious consumers are scouring labels for pure and natural products. How can you successfully make pure food claims for your products?
Public Health England has laid down the gauntlet to food producers: cut calories by 20 per cent by 2024. What does it mean and what can you do?
The UK Sugar Tax on drinks comes into force in April 2018. What it will mean for food producers and what are your options?
A preference for ‘natural’ foods is a key recent trend in the food sector. But what does natural mean for when applied to food product development?
Presenting claims about your product can make a big difference to sales. However, it’s vital that the words you don’t mislead the consumer.
You need to be aware of prohibited ingredients when creating your recipes. Sometimes the list of foods banned in other countries can be quite surprising.
From December 2016, comprehensive nutrition labelling will be mandatory for all pre-packed foods in the UK. What do you need to know about it?