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Plant-based vs vegan: what’s the difference?

Plant-based vs vegan: what’s the difference?

We help you navigate the food aisle with a breakdown of what plant-based and vegan labelling actually means and how they differ.

10 popular food myths debunked

10 popular food myths debunked

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.

Are we eating too much or are portion sizes just too unrealistic?

Are we eating too much or are portion sizes just too unrealistic?

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 you eating too much breakfast cereal?

Are you eating too much breakfast cereal?

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.

Five ways the government’s obesity strategy will affect you

Five ways the government’s obesity strategy will affect you

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.

Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and organic meat: what’s the difference?

Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and organic meat: what’s the difference?

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.

Why labels won’t protect UK food standards from a US trade deal

Why labels won’t protect UK food standards from a US trade deal

The UK’s world-leading food standards could be compromised under a UK-US trade deal, with shoppers unable to make meaningful choices about what they're buying or eating

Are you storing your condiments correctly?

Are you storing your condiments correctly?

Do you keep your condiments in the fridge, cupboard or somewhere else? The experts tell us how we should be doing it - and whether we're getting it wrong.

Four ways sugar is fooling you

Four ways sugar is fooling you

Too much sugar can make us overweight and this can lead to a plethora of health issues such as cancer, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Sugar also damages our...

The labels and lingo supermarkets use to get you to buy their chicken

The labels and lingo supermarkets use to get you to buy their chicken

Chicken is the UK’s favourite meat and the UK raises over a billion meat chickens (known as broilers) a year. We’ve looked at how those chickens are raised and the supermarket packaging labels that don’t always tell the whole story.

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