A United States company has launched a new sweetener made from sweet potato, pitching it as a “clean label” replacement for high fructose corn syrup and honey. Released by Carolina Innovative Food...

Australian consumer advocacy group CHOICE has today named and shamed a number of baby snacks marketing health claims whilst containing up to 60 per cent sugar. After reviewing 80 packaged baby and toddler...

Consumer advocacy group, CHOICE, is calling for the government to clearly label sugar on food products following the consumer group’s finding that there are 43 different names food companies use...

WHO sugar intake recommendations provoke debate The World Health Organisation (WHO) has published a new guideline recommending that adults and children reduce their daily intake of free sugars to less...

Boost Juice launches limited edition Red Raw juice range Australian juice bar group has launched a limited edition range of ‘Red Raw’ juices made with a range of red-coloured fruit and vegetables. Boost...

Nudie launches new juice and soda product range Australian juice manufacturer Nudie has launched a juice and soda range in Australia, made from 50 per cent ‘real fruit juice’ (not from concentrate). Nudie...

Australian squeeze on fruit juice brands Over 1.5 million fewer Australians aged 14 years and older are drinking packaged fruit juice in an average week compared with 2010, according to findings from market...

UK prefers vegetables over miracle health cure products, Canadean A majority of UK consumers are distrustful of food and drinks products that offer a ‘magic bullet’ health solution, instead...

Compliance with FDA rules no guarantee against suits over misleading labels, US Supreme Court A review of the general business consensus by customs and international trade law specialists Sandler, Travis...

Apple shortage may boost juice prices Juice processors and cider makers could be paying up to $1,000 a tonne for apples by the end of the year, because of a shortage of fruit in some regions, according...