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91) Articles: Fighting food fraud and fabricationLogin required for this page
Our food system does not police itself. Sadly, the foods intended for our tables are sometimes produced by fools, sometimes by crooks and sometimes by the careless. Bob Stevens reports.


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92) Articles: Is Royal endorsement warranted? Login required for this page
The Royal Warrant is regarded as the ultimate seal of approval and appears on a number of popular food and drink products. The Food Magazine questions whether such Royal endorsement is always deserved.


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93) Press: International appeal for European Commission to suspend use of suspect food additivesLogin required for this page
42 public interest organisations from twelve EU member states have appealed to the European Health Commissioner to suspend the use of six food colours that have been linked to increased hyperactivity in children.


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94) Press: Campaigners call for action after EFSA decision on food additives and children’s healthLogin required for this page
The European Food Safety Authority admits synthetic colours and sodium benzoate ‘had a small and statistically significant effect on activity and attention in some children selected from the general population.’


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95) Magazines: The Food Magazine Issue 80 Login required for this page
Soft drinks. Baby food & formula. Sustainable fish. Supermarkets. Obesity. Trans fats. Additives in medicines. Healthy food costs more. Living wage. Free food for thousands. Environmental impact of livestock. Faking flavour.


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96) Press: One thousand reasons why suspect food additives are hard to avoidLogin required for this page
Campaigners at The Food Commission have found more than 1,000 food, drink and medicine products that contain one or more of the seven food additives that have been linked to increased hyperactivity in susceptible children.


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97) Articles: Give artificial colours the red cardLogin required for this page
Research has confirmed a link between certain food additives and hyperactivity. Anna Glayzer investigates the use of these in children's medicines.


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98) Press: Fruity food flavourings fleece shoppersLogin required for this page
Much of the flavour in modern food and drink can come from an unexpected source, a survey by The Food Commission has revealed. 2,700 flavourings can be added to our food, but none of these need to be declared as ingredients.


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99) Press: Suspect food additives still widely used in children's medicineLogin required for this page
Suspect food additives were found in 40% of the children's medicines examined in a new survey by The Food Commission.


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100) Articles: Enzymes: the hidden extras in almost everything we eat Login required for this page
Enzymes modify the raw ingredients of the food we eat and the food itself, but they go unmentioned in ingredients lists and manufacturers remain curiously shy about their use. Ian Tokelove reports.

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