Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Will Italy also debate a sugar and sat fat tax?

Category : Food & Beverage

A small group of Italian politicians have presented a bill to the Senate proposing a tax on sugary and diet drinks as well as palm oil and industrial trans fats in a bid to stem rising obesity rates.

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Nordic 5 ask EFSA to help set intake limits for added sugar

Category : Food & Beverage

Five Nordic countries have asked the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) whether new evidence means limits for added sugar intakes could now be set.

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Brexit and your business: Have your say

Category : Food & Beverage

We want to know what impact you think Brexit will have on your business. 

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Brexit and your business: Have your say

Category : Food & Beverage

We want to know what impact you think Brexit will have on your business. 

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Brexit uncertainty could raise UK food costs – but discount supermarkets may still win

Category : Food & Beverage

Brexit-borne economic uncertainty could dampen supermarket’s ability to offer cheaper groceries, though worried shoppers could maintain sales figures at hard discounting retailers like Lidl and Aldi, analysts suggest.

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AB InBev & SABMiller deal gets clearance in South Africa, with conditions

Category : Food & Beverage

The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has approved AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller, with conditions. 

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AB InBev & SABMiller deal gets clearance in South Africa, with conditions

Category : Food & Beverage

The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has approved AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller, with conditions. 

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IARC's declassification of coffee 'does not happen often,' ISIC secretary general says

Category : Food & Beverage

A recent review published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) found no clear association between coffee intake and cancer, and in some cases, found evidence that drinking coffee may reduce certain types of cancer. 

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IARC's declassification of coffee 'does not happen often,' ISIC secretary general says

Category : Food & Beverage

A recent review published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) found no clear association between coffee intake and cancer, and in some cases, found evidence that drinking coffee may reduce certain types of cancer. 

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FTC approves Ball's acquisition of Rexam in the US

Category : Food & Beverage

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved Ball Corporation’s proposed acquisition of Rexam, granting final regulatory clearance.

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