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DNAFit: 'We report on 45-50 of the most researched gene variants that have a link to exercise or nutrition response.'

Food Vision preview: London, 1-3 March 2017

Personalised sports nutrition gains another player

By Shane STARLING

At Food Vision in London on March 1-3 ex-Olympian Andrew Steele will explain why he is so excited about applying genetics to dramatically improve the nutrition and performance of sportspeople.

Oxfam sustainability scorecard reveals ‘leaders and laggards’

Oxfam sustainability scorecard reveals ‘leaders and laggards’

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

Leading food and drink makers including Nestlé, Unilever and Coca-Cola have made good progress in the year since Oxfam released its first Behind the Brands sustainability scorecard – and only one company made no progress, according to the NGO.

Researchers are seeking healthier snacks to fight childhood obesity

Sneaky way to combat childhood obesity

By Laurence Gibbons

Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) claim to have found a way of fighting obesity by “sneaking” nutrients into children's snacks.

Food ingredients drive Q3 turnaround at Cargill

Food ingredients drive Q3 turnaround at Cargill

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Cargill’s profits edged upward in the third quarter on better results in its food ingredients and applications business, but were only slightly higher than those of a year earlier.

NAI jumps into the black in Q3

NAI jumps into the black in Q3

Natural Alternatives International (NAI), the US-based formulator
and manufacturer of customised nutritional supplements, has
reported net profits of $759,000 (€839,711) for the third quarter
of its fiscal year, a considerable improvement...

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