The British government is looking into black-and-white cigarette-pack style warnings on fatty, salty and sweet foods to fight obesity, but experts warn that it won’t work.
In the last few years so many bans, regulations and rules are proposed that it is impossible to keep track. What started out with banning ‘fast food’, has moved on to banning food that isn’t commonly understood as unhealthy.
As Scotland’s minimum alcohol pricing sets in, English stores prepare for an influx of Scottish customers looking to buy cheaper alcohol.
A tax that adds 10% to the price of chocolate and other sweet food would be more effective than a sugar-tax on fizzy drinks, suggests a new study.
Self-control over your diet is more effective than food manufacturers or government imposing legislation, suggest a former Tory minister.