News & Media
The EU sugar market needs monthly monitoring - Apr 07,2014
The EU sugar market needs to be monitored on a monthly basis and
market measures introduced with immediate effect if estimated supplies endanger minimum end stock level
European children exposed to less food advertising on TV - Mar 19,2014
According to new research, European children are exposed to less food
marketing on TV today than ten years ago.
Dark chocolate good for arterial flexibilty - Mar 10,2014
Researchers from the Top Institute Food and Nutrition and Wageningen University in the Netherlands have discovered that dark chocolate helps restoring the fexibility of arteries.
ensuring sufficient supply of sugar and fair competition - Mar 03,2014
Measures required ensuring sufficient supply of sugar and fair competition on the EU sugar market
CIUS warns EU is at risk of continued sugar supply shortages until quotas end in 2017 - Dec 18,2013
Market analysis realised by CIUS, the Association of European Sugar Users in the food and drink sector,
Cocoa 'might prevent memory decline' - Aug 07,2013
Drinking cocoa every day may help older people keep their brains healthy, research suggests
Interactive Map: Top 20 chocolate consuming nations of 2012 - July 30,2013
Using data provided by Leatherhead Food Research, ConfectioneryNews.com has mapped the top 20 countries who ate the most chocolate last year.
Sequenced palm oil genome paves the way for sustainable plantations - July 26,2013
Researchers pinpoint a gene that could be used to boost yields
and reduce competition between forests and oil palms
CAOBISCO activities in 2012 - July 18,2013
Snapshot of CAOBISCO activities in 2012,
Don’t dismiss industry encouragement of physical activity, says obesity expert - May 15,2013
Food industry encouragement of physical activity in obesity prevention should be welcomed, according to an obesity expert who spoke at the European Congress on Obesity in the UK on Monday.