Belgium’s Federal Agency for Food Chain Safety (AFSCA) warns consumers to avoid the same curcumin-based supplement known to Italian authorities after the country also reports cases of acute cholestatic hepatitis.
The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) looks to prevent chronic disease by publishing updated nutritional guidance for children, elderly and pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Commercial baby foods have been denounced in a new report from Public Health England for encouraging high sugar intake in infants, misleading parents with health claims and setting children up for potential diet-related issues throughout their life.
The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis (CMC) is calling on politicians, policy-makers, regulators, producers and retailers to play their part in contributing to the success of the cannabidiol (CBD) sector in the UK.
To accomplish its goal of reducing micronutrient deficiencies around the world, the 13-year-old Micronutrient Forum recently went through a revamp. We caught up with its first ever executive director, Dr Saskia Osendarp, at the Nutrition 2019 meeting...
A global crack down on food fraud coordinated by Europol and Interpol across 10 EU Member States has bagged 23 seizures of 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP), a toxic chemical, mainly sold online as a fat burner.
China's food and nutrition regulations have been closely watched by brands, suppliers and consumers alike, with infant formula and e-commerce being particularly important issues for both domestic and overseas players.