According to the Soil Association, produce provided for state primary school children is poor quality and high in pesticide residue.
If Sadiq Khan’s proposal passes consultation, adverts promoting high fat, salt, or sugar foods will no longer be allowed on public transport.
When it comes to youth obesity, scientists overlook the role of binge drinking, a new study says.
Public Health England warns that cereal, spreads, and juice are the main sugary suspects.
Sorry Ronald McDonald, you’ve been de-friended.
According to a new study from the University of Texas, teenagers can be encouraged to eat healthy foods if they see doing so as a way to rebel against authority.
Surveying packed lunches in primary schools across England, researchers from the University of Leeds found that just 1.6 percent met the nutritional standards required of the meals served in school canteens.
Minds are not the only thing expanding at elementary schools across the UK.
Published this morning, the report sets out plans for a tax on soft drinks and the reduction of sugar in children’s products by 20 percent. But health campaigners say this isn’t enough.
According to a leaked draft of the UK Government’s long-awaited childhood obesity strategy, plans to restrict junk food advertising and introduce sugar limits have been dropped.