As the Soccer World Cup gets underway, lets take a look at what’s happening in the industry. It seems that food and beverage brands are also catching World Cup fever, read how broccoli can reduce air pollution, learn the differences between Walmart and Super Target shopper, see why oats are good for you, get an update on the EU Traffic light labels and update your international legislation list with new updates.
Click on the links below to find out what’s happening this week.
- Non-GMO, beets, lentils, bee-free ‘honey’ & drinkable grains: What are the top 10 natural and organic food trends inspiring the mainstream?
- A metropolitan detox: Broccoli could be ‘frugal, simple and safe’ way of reducing risks of air pollution
- What’s the difference between a Walmart shopper and a Super Target shopper?
- Food and drink brands catch World Cup fever
- “Necessity’s the mother of invention, right?’ Little Me Tea founder on the rise of drinks momtrepreneurs
- ‘The unique characteristics of oatmeal’: Quaker Oats-funded study shows that instant oatmeal keeps hunger at bay from breakfast until lunch
- Creating a Healthier Next Generation and Supporting a Healthier School Day
- Children recognise ‘unhealthy’ food brands more than ‘healthy’ ones, finds study
- FDA publishes safety-driven infant formula manufacturing final rule
- POM v Coke at Supreme Court: Food marketers be warned, if your labels are FDA compliant or not, you’re fair game
- EU Commission could take UK and it’s ‘traffic light’ labels to court of justice
- Proposed Nutrition Facts label changes reflect new scientific understandings
- South African Draft “Phase 2” labeling regulations published