More than three-quarters of consumers surveyed by a poll for Diabetes UK believe all restaurants, takeaway and cafés should display calorie information on their menus.
Manufacturers, supermarkets and fast-food outlets in Britain are required to cut calorie content in a number of food items by 20% by 2024, says Public Health England (PHE).
Fast food chain KFC’s business is obviously chicken – but it couldn’t source enough poultry for several days after switching to a new supplier, and hundreds of its UK stores...
First Coca-Cola, then Fever-Tree. March has already been hugely pivotal for the soft drinks market with two planned product launches that heavily favour the ready-to-drink segment.
With consumers feeling more responsible for their food consumption choices, chocolate products inspired by the “better for you” movement are gaining momentum.
A supplier malfunction has seen the majority of KFC's UK restaurants forced to close, inhibiting growth for Yum Brands’ most successful franchise.
There is a continuous focus on health within the UK, and a conception that consumers are becoming more health aware, allowing them to make healthier food and drink choices.
Aldi has pledged to cut food waste in half by 2030 in the UK.
Consumer giant Unilever has threatened to stop advertising on social media platforms that are “divisive”, threatening millions of dollars of online advertising spend.
The Indian dairy market is the largest in world; the country is the world’s leading producer and consumer of milk and has the world’s biggest dairy herd.