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.
Consuming too much salt puts us at risk of high blood pressure, the silent killer, which increases risk of heart disease and stroke. Find out which medicines and food are contributing to your consumption and how to make easy swaps to eat less salt.
Industry and lobby groups in the US are campaigning the US government for their wish list of demands for a post-Brexit UK-US trade deal which would see the food standards we currently have diminished and currently banned foods being allowed in the UK.
What's the best stock to use for your Christmas dinner gravy and are stock pots better than the humble stock cube?
Have you been basing a buying purchase on fake customer reviews? Which? investigators reveal tricks that sellers use to mislead online shoppers
Why does a sourdough loaf cost £3-4 in a bakery but half as much at the supermarket? Our research shows they’re not necessarily the same thing. Traditional sourdough contains only four ingredients: flour, water, salt and what’s known as a starter culture. Find out what we spotted in some supermarket loaves.
We found vanilla ice-creams that contain no ice, no vanilla and no fresh milk but instead are a mix of dried milk powder, vegetable oils and flavourings
We tested 86 packets of low-fat and reduced-fat sausages between January and July to see if their fat content matched what was claimed on the label. In many cases it...
The number of stories in the media about foods and drinks that cause or cure cancer is overwhelming. It’s hard to know what to believe, especially as sometimes they can...