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European Food Safety Authority lowers acceptable daily intake for three of the Southampton six

EFSA's scientific panel on additives, the ANS Panel, has lowered the Acceptable Daily Intakes (ADIs) for three of the six artificial food colours linked to increased hyperactivity in children (11/11/2009)
New Food Commission report on children's food in leisure venues

New Food Commission report on children's food in leisure venues

Food Commission report on children's food in leisure venues by Anna Glayzer and Jessica Mitchell for the BHF. (10/11/2009)
Big Screen junk food and booze bonanza

Big Screen junk food and booze bonanza

A new survey by The Food Commission reveals how children’s films with ratings as young as U and 12A carry adverts for foods that would not be permitted between children’s television adverts; and for booze. (07/10/2009)
Chuck snacks off the checkout

Chuck snacks off the checkout

Food Commission researchers found that despite pledges to the contrary, many major retailers continue to harness pester power by loading checkouts with high fat, salt and sugar foods. 28 stores belonging to 7 major retailers were surveyed. (07/10/2009)
Breast is better

Breast is better

The Caroline Walker Trust has published Jessica Mitchell's report; 'I hear it's the closest to breast milk.' The report reviews the discussions of parents around formula and formula feeding. (27/06/2009)
Artificial promises

Artificial promises

Cadbury and Mars are still using artificial colours in children's confectionery despite promising to remove them. (19/03/2009)
Famously poor role models?

Famously poor role models?

Jessica Mitchell investigates celebrity endorsement for foods of poor nutritional quality. (17/03/2009)

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