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The truth behind the ‘foods that cause cancer’ headlines

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...

Revealed: the cereals with more added sugar than biscuits

Breakfast cereals are notorious for the amount of sugar they contain. But it's not only children's cereals, Which? has found that cereals aimed at adults can also contain several teaspoons of sugar per serving.

The unexpected ingredients in your shop-bought pesto

New Which? analysis of supermarket own-label jarred pesto finds most contain surprising ingredients, including bamboo fibres, glucose syrup and cashew nuts.

The truth about wholemeal bread

Scan the ingredients of your wholewheat pasta and you’ll only see wholewheat flour. Do the same for your wholemeal bread and there are sometimes up to four flours listed. That’s...

New homeowners face costly fixes after moving in

More than a third of homebuyers find problems with their new houses that weren't flagged during the sale, despite paying for surveys

Six things to consider before choosing an estate agent to sell your home

Moving house is often listed as one of life’s most stressful events. While the estate agent you choose to help sell your house can sometimes relieve some of this stress,...

Nutrition labelling in restaurants could reduce calorie intake

Adding calorie information to menus and next to food in restaurants, coffee shops and cafeterias, could reduce calorie intake by around 8% per meal. Given that the latest figures from...

UK households waste 7.3 million tonnes of food a year

Roughly 4.4m tonnes of the food wasted in the UK annually is avoidable, and 2m tonnes of this is as a result of food not being used in time. A third of this is because of confusion around the existing date labels, according to new research by sustainability organisation WRAP.

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