Far from following in the footsteps of Europe and the US, the Asia-Pacific region has the potential to be the global leader for food reformulation, in order to create healthier projects for its growing, and rapidly ageing, populations.
If major food manufacturers are not striving to make genuinely healthier products then they are shaping up for failure, according to a former senior research and development executive at Unilever and Masan Consumer.
Asia Pacific’s rapidly ageing population will drive significant opportunities for the region’s food and nutrition industry, according to keynote speakers on day one of the inaugural event in Singapore.
Some of Australia's biggest food and beverage manufacturers have been found wanting in their nutrition policies, with only half receiving a 'passing grade', according to a new Deakin University report.
The heart health benefits of certain veggies, the cognitive support offered by tea and the vital importance of nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life were among our most-read health-related stories of 2017.