All news articles for November 2018

Dr Margo Wootan: 'I’m not saying parents are not responsible for their children’s eating patterns, but we need to stop pretending that the answer is just that parents need to grow a backbone and say no...'

'In the US we have this view of what ‘kid food’ is, which is very different from what it is in other countries ...'

FOOD FOR KIDS: We're making progress, but the kids’ menu in many leading restaurant chains remains a ‘nutritional disaster,’ says the CSPI

By Elaine Watson

It’s time to stop blaming parents and accept that the food environment has to change if we are going to improve kids’ diets, says CSPI VP nutrition Dr Margo Wootan, who told delegates at the FoodNavigator-USA FOOD FOR KIDS summit that trying to ensure...

Europe's highest court finds taste cannot be copyrighted ©iStock

Taste ‘too subjective’ to copyright: CJEU

By Katy Askew

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has decided taste cannot be protected by copyright law because it is ‘too subjective’ to stand up legally.

Freedom Foods taps RDs to spread the word about prebiotics

Freedom Foods taps RDs to spread the word about prebiotics

By Elizabeth Crawford

By tapping registered dietitians at retailers and in local communities, Freedom Foods has magnified the impact and reach of its recent launch in more than 2,000 stores in the US of nutritional bars and cereals featuring BarleyMax – a unique grain packed...

NPA CEO on CBD: ‘Folks need to take the front door with FDA’

NOTES FROM SUPPLYSIDE WEST 2018

NPA CEO on CBD: ‘Folks need to take the front door with FDA’

By Stephen Daniells

The Natural Products Association’s stance on CBD is to take FDA’s word on the controversial ingredient, until someone takes the front door with the Agency and files an NDI or a GRAS notification with the FDA for CBD.

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