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  • Foodservice Footprint Retail-fizzy-drinks End of sugar quotas bad for obesity Grocery sector news updates Out of Home sector news  University of Cambridge Tam Fry Sugary Drinks Strategie Grains news-email National Obesity Forum Foodnavigator.com emai-news DWF Dominic Watkins

    End of sugar quotas bad for obesity

    Health campaigners have suggested that scrapping the EU’s sugar quota regime could undermine the tax on sugar-sweetened drinks. Defra and the EU’s agriculture ministers are “gung-ho” for the new sugar regime, which will see quotas scrapped, said Tam Fry from… Read More

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    Food law in a post-Brexit world

    The vote means massive uncertainty for an industry dominated by EU rules, but it also brings big opportunities. By Dominic Watkins. For an industry that is almost 100% regulated by EU laws, the impact of Brexit could be substantial. Of course, my… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Fake-Farms Behind the Headlines: Tesco's farm fudge Behind the Headlines Features Features  Warwick Business School Tesco Redmere Planet Retail Nick Lee news-email Mintel DWF Dominic Watkins Aldi

    Behind the Headlines: Tesco’s farm fudge

    The supermarket’s refresh of its fresh produce ranges using ‘fake’ farms has left a sour taste, but it won’t last for long, says David Burrows. Poor old Tesco: just when it seems to have come up with a decent idea,… Read More

  • Briefing: Do we need antibiotic-free labels on food?

    WITH THE OVERUSE of medicine linked to the rise of MRSA, pressure is mounting on the food industry to act. Experts give their view.                     New investigation An investigation by the Guardian… Read More