Taxing chocolate and other sweet foods would be a more effective anti-obesity strategy than the new “sugar tax” on fizzy drinks, a new analysis suggests.
Last summer Instagram was filled with mouth-watering pictures of edible cookie dough, rolled ice cream and frozen rose. While these treats will likely still be on the menu this summer, they'll be joined by some newer dishes.
The report highlights the issues facing the well-being of British children with regard to food habits and fitness, and discusses what the government is expected to do in order to combat this epidemic.
Waitrose and Iceland rapidly expanding offers to meet demand for healthy food
Scottish schools have strict nutritional guidelines – so how come they are still serving deep-fried food and cakes?
A ban on junk food ads and harmful cut-price deals? About time. But corporate power could derail the government’s plans
There's a strange new superfood to get your head around, broccoli coffee. Which is exactly what it sounds like - coffee, but with broccoli in it.
The government is planning new rules to tackle childhood obesity by targeting supermarkets, junk food adverts and restaurant menus.
Children in England have already consumed more than their recommended sugar intake for 2018, according to Public Health England survey - and we're only halfway through June.