Marketed as a world-first, My Foodie is launching its range of potato-based organic drinks in the UK.
Vaping remains uncommon among young people and is not acting as a gateway to youth smoking, new YouGov research commissioned by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) suggests.
Mint, menthol and other non-tobacco flavoured vaping products are more effective than tobacco flavours at helping adult smokers to quit combustible cigarettes, research commissioned by vaping brand Juul has shown.
Pregnant smokers should be encouraged to use vaping devices to help them quit tobacco, the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has recommended.
British brand The Meatless Farm Co is expanding in the UK by launching its mince and two-pack burger patties into 252 Co-op stores.
Our C-Store Champions discuss how healthy eating is influencing what they stock and how they are tapping into this growing audience.
The government is analysing the feedback gleaned from its consultation on restricting the promotion and placement of food and drinks that are high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) in English stores.
More than 50% of UK adults intend to eat more vegetables over the next 12 months as the trend towards healthy eating gathers pace, according to new research.
Qwrkee, a new plant-based food & drink brand, is introducing a new pea milk to c-stores in the UK.
Flora is reformulating its portfolio of spreads with the introduction of a new plant-based recipe.
Alpen is entering the protein bar market for the first time with the launch of a two-strong Alpen Protein range.
Last year’s hot summer boosted bottled water consumption in the UK by more than 7% to 4,267 million litres, according to a new report from food and drink consultant Zenith Global.
Snack brand Rhythm 108 has made its range of bars completely vegan to appeal to consumers looking for plant-based products.
The Co-operative Group has joined an ethical living app called CoGo which links shoppers to local stores that are aligned with their values, on the back of the consumer trend towards more ethical living.
Healthy snacking is way more than a new year’s resolution, it’s becoming a way of life, and retailers should not overlook its potential.
Plastic pollution, healthy eating, responsible retailing and social media are among the key drivers of change that retailers are going to have to get to grips with in order to please the modern shopper, HIM suggests
Six in ten Brits would support new taxes on unhealthy food and drinks as a way of motivating them to lead healthier lifestyles, new research from Mintel reveals.
KP Snacks is reaffirming its commitment to under 100 calorie products by launching two new campaigns for 2019.
Our C-Store Champions have seen their share of challenges in 2018, but their tenacity and ability to adapt have kept them on track.
The Protein Ball Co. has launched a range of trio packs, for shoppers who want a healthy, under-100 calorie snack.
Aryzta Food Solutions is tapping into demand for free-from alternatives with a new range of vegan savouries.
The soft drinks levy has raised £153.8m in tax since its introduction in April, according to new government statistics.
The UK’s big four supermarkets are still selling high-caffeine energy drinks to children, despite having signed up to a voluntary ban on sales to under 16s earlier this year.
Special K is aiming to help retailers reach health-conscious shoppers with the launch of a new variety pack and protein cereals.
A majority (56%) of UK adult consumers ate vegetarian or meat-free foods in the last six months to July 2018, an increase from the 50% who had eaten these foods in the six months to March 2017, new Mintel research suggests.
Understanding the core differences between the average shopper and the healthy snacking shopper is essential, writes HIM’s Zoe Jag-Nathan.
Birds Eye has expanded its waffle range with the launch of its new vegan and gluten-free sweet potato waffles.
The majority of shoppers are consuming more healthy than unhealthy snacks but price continues to be a barrier to purchase, according to research from HIM.
As new figures reveal record highs in childhood obesity and the government questions whether to roll out more red tape around unhealthy products, retailers are questioning whether they are doing enough to promote healthy eating to children.