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Brexit break-down

We will build on links with other member states, says sports nutrition sector

European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) will build links with remaining EU member states in the wake of the UK’s shock decision to leave the bloc, but its London HQ is in jeopardy.

'We will analyse the circumstances and consider the question of relocation once we have further clarity, and then put options to ESSNA members.' © iStock.com / Bee-individual

Protein expression drives metabolic changes to increase obesity risk

The mystery surrounding a protein’s genetic variation and its links with obesity has been solved, say German scientists. 

Guest article

Brexit: Britain can lead global functional foods & supplements markets

It is EFSA and the EU nutrition health claims regulation (NHCR) that is today the biggest barrier to European innovation in nutrition and Brexit, whatever else it may do, can remove some of those innovation brakes. 

News in brief

Danish botanicals player buys fruit extraction facility

Danish berry extract start-up Asiros has bought an extraction facility from Swedish Nordic Food Group for an undisclosed sum.

Nestlé appoints new CEO

Food giant Nestlé has appointed Ulf Mark Schneider as its new CEO, effective from the start of next year.

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