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Spotlight on the future of food


Personalised Nutrition is the central tool for preventing diet-related diseases, and this was very much in evidence at the third Innovation Summit for Personalised Nutrition, NEWTRITION X. at Anuga in Cologne on 12 October. Invited by the industry network foodRegio e.V., speakers from the world ...


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Social media ‘likes’ found to positively influence healthy food choices

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Findings suggest that social media could be used as a way to encourage healthier eating. Social media users who view images of healthy foods that have been heavily endorsed with ‘likes’ are more likely to make healthier food choices, a new study has found. The research, by psychologists from ...


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Strong opposition from food lobby to Transport for London advertising

New research shows how Transport for London faced strong opposition from large food companies to its 2019 ban on advertising foods high in fat, sugar or salt


Even though 82% of the public welcomed Transport for London’s (TfL) 2019 ban onadvertising foods high in fat, sugar or salt, the Greater London Authority (GLA) faced strong opposition from large food companies and the advertisers who run their campaigns. Small food businesses and those not ...


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Rude Behavior at Work Not an Epidemic

Prior research shows 98% of employees experience rude behavior at work, but that statistic may be misunderstood, according to new study


Rude behavior at work has come to be expected, like donuts in the breakroom. Two decades of research on employee relationships shows that 98 percent of employees experience rude behavior at work, but now a new study suggests a large majority of workplace relationships are not characterized by ...


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Same nerve cell - different influence on food intake

Researchers reveal the diversity of our neurons


The nerve cells, also called neurons, in our brain control all the basic processes of our body. For this reason, there are different types of neurons distributed over specific regions of the brain. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Metabolic Research and the CECAD Cluster of Excellence ...


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Kinder Bueno mini voted product of the year 2021


Ferrero Canada announced today that Kinder Bueno Mini has been voted the 2021 Product of the Year winner in the Mini Chocolate category. Product of the Year is the largest consumer-voted award for product innovation, chosen by 4,000 Canadian shoppers in a national survey conducted by Kantar, a ...


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Vegetarians are slimmer and less extroverted than meat eaters

If you avoid animal foods, you consume, on average, fewer products excessively rich in fat and sugar


The less animal products someone consumes, the lower his body mass index on average and the less he tends to be extroverted. This is the result of a large-scale study by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. A connection with depressive moods as other ...


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Fast food, organic food and energy drinks: New data on dietary behaviour


The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has published new data on dietary behaviour in the Journal of Health Monitoring, with a focus on children and adolescents. The data source is the second ‘Eating study as a KiGGS Module’ (EsKiMo II). As an important compo-nent of health monitoring at the RKI, KiGGS ...


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How seven drivers of consumer behaviour will shape global markets over the next 10 years

Mintel 2030 Global Consumer Trends


As experts in what consumers want and why, Mintel is best suited to accurately predict the future of consumer behaviour and what that means for companies and brands. Announced today (5 November), Mintel is taking a bold approach with its predictions about the future of global consumer markets by ...


Sweet, Bitter, Fat: New U of G Study Reveals Impact of Genetics on How Kids Snack


Whether your child asks for crackers, cookies or veggies to snack on could be linked to genetics, according to new findings from the Guelph Family Health Study at the University of Guelph. The study grabbed headlines in the National Post and onCTV News. Researcher Elie Chamoun investigated ...


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