The Soft Drinks Industry Levy officially comes into effect today – 6 April 2018 – and we’ve already seen signs of its success. Since the levy was announced in 2016, it has driven reformulation of products at an unprecedented rate (when brands reduce the level of sugar, fat and salt in their products) and it Read the full article…
Keep an eye on your added sugar intake with our five favourite recipes that are light on the sweet stuff, but big on flavour.
After months of campaigning, Jamie is thrilled that a sugary drinks levy will be introduced in the UK in 2018. Following this announcement, we’ve pulled together some of your most frequently asked questions to help explain how it could affect you.
This feels like a victory for Britain’s children and for everyone who has campaigned so hard for a tax on sugary sweetened drinks.
Jamie has this week presented the Government with his own recommendations to combat the rising levels of childhood obesity in the UK.
Thanks to the food world filling up with trends, fads, and misinformation, it’s become increasingly hard to recognise nutrition myths for what they are.
What’s the difference between free sugars, naturally occurring sugars and total sugars? Sugar is classed in two ways: FREE SUGARS – sugar added to food and drink, either by ourselves, manufacturers or cooks, as well as sugar found naturally in honey, syrups, fruit juices and fruit juice concentrates. It is free sugars in particular that Read the full article…
Here are our favourite tricks and handy hints to help you reduce your sugar intake. Using these ideas will make a really positive impact on your health.
We want to help you understand exactly how sugar is classified, how much you should be consuming, and how to find out how much sugar you’re consuming.