Most children are buying takeaway for their lunch at least once a week, according to a new study from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).
A national competition is seeking to connect 14-16 year olds – an often hard to reach age-group - with farming.
One in 14 Britons has used a food bank amid 'shocking' levels of deprivation
Salad cream is an oh-so very British condiment that has long been either slathered on jacket potatoes or used to jazz up the limpest of lettuce leaves and the sourest of tomatoes.
Smoothies and fruit juices could be banned from school canteens, as part of a campaign to tackle childhood obesity in Scotland.
Schools cannot be expected to solve the child obesity crisis, the Ofsted chief is to say.
Scotland has strict standards for school dinners but pupils are still being offered muffins and bacon rolls at break
There is 'no place' for energy drinks in schools, says NASUWT teaching union
In it’s new childhood obesity strategy the government is proposing pricing promotion bans and a 9pm watershed.