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221) Magazines: The Food Magazine issue 57Login required for this page
Charity logos help health claims. When meat is madness. Botulism shows flawed food regs. Self-regulation causes dirty poultry. How green is your canteen? Low-calone farming. Supermarkets reject irradiation. Safer food costs more. Kids' food on trial.


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222) Press: Advertising regulators abandon slimmersLogin required for this page
Advertising authorities are failing to control claims for slimming products, the Food Magazine reveals today, following a survey of website advertising.


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223) Press: One loaf in seven contains GM soyaLogin required for this page
The Food Commission has called for tougher GM regulation following a government survey found 31 bakery foods out of a sample of 203 to contain genetically modified (GM) soya.


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224) Magazines: The Food Magazine issue 56Login required for this page
GM soya in one loaf in seven. Slimming web adverts break Code. Mouldy nuts poison peanut butter. Dioxins contaminate food. Junk is easy choice. Food poverty reports. Pesticide salad dressing. Watered-down meat. Eating fossil fuel.


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225) Press: Health food companies snub FSA warningsLogin required for this page
Two leading health food companies - Holland & Barrett and Peter Black Healthcare (Red Kooga) - are continuing to sell irradiated food supplements, despite repeated warnings that the products are probably breaking the law


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226) Press: Breakfast bars 'stuffed with fats, sugar'Login required for this page
Replacing a nutritious breakfast with a substitute 'breakfast bar' could be a nutrition nightmare, according to Food Magazine survey. Tests of 18 products showed that all of them were either high in fats or sugars, or both.


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227) Press: Additives used to promote junk foodLogin required for this page
Nearly three-quarters of the foods which use additives are high in sugar, salt or fat, and are foods which the Department of Health urges us to cut back on, according to a survey published in today's Food Magazine.


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228) Magazines: The Food Magazine issue 55Login required for this page
Health food firms snub FSA warnings. EU stalls on irradiation. Children's food put on trial by parents. Caterers turn green. Additives make diets worse. GM labels ignore 1%. Breakfast bars are fatty and sugary. Healthier diets cost more.


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229) Press: Soy sauce contaminant is widespread in UK foodsLogin required for this page
The cancer-causing chemical found in soy sauce, 3-MCPD, is also found in a wide range of UK-made foods, according to a survey the government published quietly last February.


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230) Magazines: The Food Magazine issue 54Login required for this page
Soy sauce contaminant is common. Privatised meat inspection threat. Big boys take over organics. Companies hijack fruit appeal. Erdic ignores complaints. Cholesterol-lowering spreads. Parliament to end food poverty. Children's Nutrition Action Plan.

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