The government's obesity strategy will impact your day to day lives at home, shopping at the supermarket and going to a restaurant or pub. We explain what you need to know about the public campaign and the series of industry measures manufacturers will soon be taking.
Which? explains the differences in animal welfare between the accreditation schemes Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and Soil Association, and what labels and phrases to look out for when shopping for meat.
Trade talks between the US and UK are now in the the second stage of negotiations, however there are still many issues that need addressing. We delve into the main differences between farming and food standards between the UK and the US.
We look into new vitamin D supplement sprays and gummies and what they offer vs tablets. Are some forms better absorbed than others? And how does the price vary? We tell you how to get your daily dose and why vitamin D is so important.
A Which? investigation shows that online marketplaces are failing to protect their customers' safety by selling food and drinks that are banned and unsafe.
We reveal which areas rate poorly for food hygiene in the UK and why your local restaurant might not be as clean as it seems.
Your immune system defends your body against illness and infections so it's important to keep it functioning as well as possible so that it can do its job in keeping you healthy.
With so much poor information around what you can do to boost your immune system and protect yourself from coronavirus we break down what's fact and what's fiction.
At this time of year there's little that's more comforting than snuggling up under a blanket, in front of a fire with a steaming mug of hot chocolate. Here we look at some of the ingredients you might not expect to find in your instant drink and explain what they do.
The FSA has released the results of its latest survey on the levels of antibiotic resistant bacteria present on fresh chicken sold in the UK.