A three-step approach has been put forward to help ASEAN move towards a more harmonised regime for nutritional labelling, with a new report revealing that varying standards are contributing towards “the lacklustre export performance of the packaged foods...
The Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) wants to introduce a traffic light labelling scheme for foods sold in school canteens and vending machines, in a bid to curb consumption of sugary drinks, heavily processed foods and confectionery.
Delegate registration is now open for NutraIngredients-Asia and FoodNavigator-Asia's Healthy Ageing APAC summit, which is bringing together business leaders, policymakers and academics to debate how the industry can meet the food and nutritional...
The Singapore government made no mention of a sugar tax in its 2018 budget, despite food and beverage industry concerns that it could have been set to follow several other nations in introducing the levy.
Regularly consuming food and drink (be they sweet or savoury) that are less energy-dense could help to lower overall energy intake and postprandial blood glucose concentration, say researchers in Singapore.
Researchers in Tasmania say they have found evidence of a biological link between diet and depression, via a study that analysed associations between diet, BMI, inflammatory markers, and mental health in adolescents.
A high-protein Jerky manufacturer and a gluten-free nut butter firm are among the five start-ups on Chobhani’s Australia's first incubator scheme, each of which has been warded $100,000 in equity-free funding.