Regulation & Policy

Italy sets up fine system for non-compliant health claims

Italy sets up fine system for non-compliant health claims

In an effort to reduce misleading uses of health claims on advertising for nutritional products, the Italian government has published a decree detailing financial penalties.

The surprise move was announced on the eve of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's arrival to Australia. ©iStock

China seemingly backtracks on tougher e-commerce rules providing a boost to supplement and food firms

The consultation closes on March 28. ©iStock

Time running out for Australian supplement firms to respond to raft of regulatory changes

Is Haddock off the menu after being labelled 'one to avoid'? iStock©

Scottish Fisherman’s Federation labels haddock sustainability rating 'vandalism'

Blackmores has fallen foul of the Chinese advertising regulation. ©iStock

Blackmores fined for violating China ad laws as regulators name and shame global firms

Nearly one fifth of UK food and drink exports go to Ireland. © iStock

UK food industry calls for early Brexit deal with Ireland

Europe and Central Asia in ‘nutrition transition’: FAO report

Europe and Central Asia in ‘nutrition transition’: FAO report

Only through a collaborative effort that reaches across the value chain will biofortification achieve the vision of reaching one billion people. ©iStock

Biofortification drive to reach 1bn dependent on consumer demand: Review

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Slavery at sea prompts calls for new ethical seafood labelling

UK agency bans non-compliant L-Glutamine claims

UK agency bans non-compliant L-Glutamine claims

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