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Be warned: obesity plans make for easy targets

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The UK's childhood obesity strategy has been criticised again – this time in an analysis published in the British Medical Journal. Will all this flak put other EU countries off the idea?

Bad Science author Dr Ben Goldacre at the IFT show

Dr Ben Goldacre: ‘Does this food cause or prevent cancer? Honestly, there's no need for any more stories like that, they have almost no value’

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Britain votes to leave the EU: What now?

'Change is already happening. Sooner or later the change will reach you too, so why not get on-board today?' © iStock

Leaders ripping apart the black box

The paper's authors stress that dietary change is necessary, but that more information is needed on the long-term impact of food taxes

Researchers urge government to ‘seriously consider’ food taxes

Key trends in food and nutrition: Naturalness, NPD and more co-branding?

Key trends in food and nutrition: Naturalness, NPD and more co-branding?

How can Fairtrade make a difference in the next 5 years?

How can Fairtrade make a difference in the next 5 years?

The parliamentary committee ruled that extra time was necessary to help fisheries adapt to the discard ban

Delay to ‘fish discards’ rule undermines sustainability efforts, say Greens

CEFS says the 7% limit is "a way to preserve the current investments" and help bioethanol to gain ground by 2020

FoodDrinkEurope welcomes 7% biofuels limit – but industry divided

Many representations of GMOs, like this one, tap into intuitive ideas of unnaturalness - even though this is far from the reality of GM technology

Being anti-GMO may have ‘intuitive appeal’

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