The internet is full of inaccurate nutrition and health advice. Here we address popular food myths and show you don't need to avoid the foods you've been led to fear or avoid such as soya, dairy and MSG.
As the Agriculture Bill returns to Parliament for MPs to vote on, consumers vote overwhelming to uphold current UK food standards. A Which? survey has found consumers are strongly opposed to food produced to lower standards being allowed into the UK.
How realistic are recommended portion sizes? We look at what people think they are compared to the reality and how larger portions over the years and when eating out encourage us to eat more.
Are the recommended portion sizes for breakfast cereals too small? We look at the difference between the recommended and actual portion sizes and the implications this has on how much sugar you might be consuming.
Vitamin D is the one supplement experts agree we should all be taking this winter. We explain who's most at risk, how much you should take and what you need to be aware of, plus the latest on vitamin D and COVID-19
We eat salad leaves washed in chlorine, so why are we so averse to chicken treated in the same way? Here we explain the difference between the two, and the reasoning behind our concerns.
Which? investigates the differences between food and farming standards between the UK and countries including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, Japan and India ahead of trade deals being negotiated and finalised.
Is fresh fruit and veg always best? We look at the benefits of frozen and tinned and how they can be better from a nutritional, convenience and cost aspect as well as reducing food waste.
As trade deal discussions continue Which? is calling on the government to clarify its position on protecting UK food standards and maintain the ban on chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-treated beef.
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.