British researchers are calling for a PACE labeling on food and beverage packaging. This type of labeling would indicate how long it would take to walk or run off the calories in the consumed item.
Charity campaigner are calling for a tobacco-style system when it comes to fossil fuels ads and suggest to ban them from TV.
The British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) has been heading the campaign to change the packaging of fireworks since last November.
The proposal asks for the ban of food and drinks on all buses and trains as well as for an extension of the British sugar tax program to cereals, yogurts and cakes.
A British weight-loss expert is calling for health warnings to kick off each episode of ‘The Great British Bake Off’.
International doctors are calling for health warning labels on table salt bought in supermarkets and saltshakers in restaurants.
Campaign groups Action on Sugar and Action on Salt call for ‘calorie tax’ on cakes, chocolate and other processed food, which would increase the price if a product has too many calories per 100g.
Three years after the UK Government’s chief medical officer issued guidelines the new packaging rules come into effect.
To combat obesity the UK government is proposing to sell sweets, crisps and carbonated drinks under cigarette-style plain packaging. Additionally, health campaigners are making a separate call to ban cartoon characters from ‘fast food’.