From unicorn-inspired meals to glitter-laden lattes, social media-savvy eateries are doing a lot to ensure we want to photograph their offerings.
Cartoon or fictional characters, like Tony the Tiger and the Milky Bar Kid, should no longer be used to promote unhealthy food, a group of MPs says.
Advertising has no impact on obesity, industry chiefs have claimed, as they were accused of presiding over a “shocking sham” which fails to protect children from ads on Facebook.
We need to stop fixating on pupils' weight and instead ensure that all food served in school canteens has a basic level of nutritional value, writes Tes' mental health columnist Natasha Devon
A supermarket chain has started selling fresh fruit, vegetables, bread and cakes past their best before date for a nominal cost of 10p.
TV presenter and farmer Adam Henson is launching a national project to enable every school child to know where the food on their plate comes from.
Safefood, the Irish organisation which gives advice and information on healthy eating, recommends a few simple swaps to help your children cut down on the amount of treats they eat.
Joint letter says final deal needs to take schools and pupils into account
SUPERMARKET The Co-op has joined forces with food banks across Yorkshire is a bid to stop 50,000 children going hungry this summer holiday.