Regulation & Policy

EU low-cal diet industry "could fold" if rules rubber stamped, warns trade body

The European Commission has asked EFSA for help on how best to regulate such low-calorie diets across the EU. ©iStock/hannahgleg

New rules on low calorie diets could wipe out manufacturers and distributors of weight loss programmes in Europe, according to an industry trade body which is urging regulators to seek a compromise agreement.

Do we need weight-related guidelines for omega-3, or just to get more in general?

Do we need weight-related guidelines for omega-3, or just to get more in general?

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Belgium proposes legal changes on self-checking and food supplements

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€220m EU investment injection for Mediterranean food projects

MEPs also decided to end the practice whereby consumers cannot access a foreign website but are directed to a website in their own country. ©iStock/scyther5

MEPs vote to end cross-border bias in online shopping

FDA culls huge number of foreign food facility registrations

FDA culls huge number of foreign food facility registrations

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Top public nutrition adviser faces criticism after receiving money from chocolate industry

Rogue supplements: Czech authorities withdraw batch over aluminium concern

Rogue supplements: Czech authorities withdraw batch over aluminium concern

EFSA consults on riboflavin draft opinion

EFSA consults on riboflavin draft opinion

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Sports Nutrition is all about balancing innovation and risk, says NSF

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