There are currently 460 ecolabels in use globally, making it hard to know what they stand for and which ones to trust. Here we tell you what the main food assurance labels mean.
Heinz and Tesco have issued a voluntary recall of Heinz By Nature jars of baby food in the 7+ month range after a jar was found to contain metal fragments.
We’ve dug into the nutritional DNA of Pringles and discovered three things you probably never knew about this moreish snack. Pringles were created in the 1960s. Unlike standard potato crisps,...
News stories will have us believe that the cost of our food is increasing at a worrying rate but is this true? Which? investigates to find out how the cost of our food compares to the 1980s.
Food manufacturers use claims that imply their 'fruit based' products are a healthy alternative to confectionery. However Which? research shows they contain up to 84% of the free sugars a child aged four to six should have in a day.
With sales of plant milks rising and increasingly more people moving away from cow's milk, Which? analyses the ingredients of almond milk to see how it compares nutritionally to cow's milk.
The number of sausages on supermarket shelves can be overwhelming. We’ve investigated the ingredients of 41 supermarket sausages, including those from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Heck and Richmond to find out how much pork is in your sausage.
Food waste is a major problem in the UK. We throw away 10.2 million tonnes of food each year and the majority of this comes from UK households. We need to get better at not wasting food and recycling our food waste when we have it to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Which? is concerned that a trade deal with the US could mean chlorinated chicken will be sold in the UK after Brexit. We think this practice means lower hygiene standards that put consumers at risk. Find out what Brexit means for food safety.
People waste millions of pounds a year on unnecessary supplements. Our research found vitamin supplements that don't contain what's listed on the label and others making exaggerated and unfounded claims about their benefits.