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20 October 2017

Press Release: FDF event looks to tackle the big health challenges

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) will host its annual nutrition event on the 2nd November 2017 under the theme of Tackling the Health Challenge.  More about FDF event looks to tackle the big health challenges


15 August 2017

Press Release: Food businesses target sugar alternatives to improve public health

Retailers and manufacturers are calling on suppliers from across the food and drink industry to help identify sugar alternatives in a bid to improve public health by reducing the amount of sugars in food and drink products. More about Food businesses target sugar alternatives to improve public health


10 July 2017

Press Release: Grant Thornton report reveals untapped potential of UK food and drink manufacturing industry

A new Food and Drink Federation (FDF) commissioned industry-wide report by Grant Thornton has highlighted key growth opportunities for the food and drink industry, the UK’s largest manufacturing sector. More about Grant Thornton report reveals untapped potential of UK food and drink manufacturing industry


30 June 2017

Press Release: Food industry welcomes new rules on advertising coming into force

Ian Wright CBE, FDF Director General, comments on the introduction of new Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food or drink products in children's media from 1 July. More about Food industry welcomes new rules on advertising coming into force


30 March 2017

Press Release: FDF response to PHE sugar reduction guidelines

Response to the publication by Public Health England of its sugar reduction guidelines for industry. More about FDF response to PHE sugar reduction guidelines


22 March 2017

Press Release: FDF looks ahead to sugar reduction drive

FDF comment looking ahead to the launch of the Sugar Reduction Programme by Public Health England. More about FDF looks ahead to sugar reduction drive