If you love the B&J's, it may as well be Christmas, Easter and New Year’s all squeezed, pasteurised and frozen into one delicious scoop
Professor Sarah Jebb said blaming a lack of self-control would amount to pinning the crisis on a “national collapse in willpower”
Consumers find the current traffic light system confusing, according to the head of a leading public health body
The smartest foods to eat to avoid disease, from Japan to France
Populations with vegetarian diets have a gene which can raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists believe.
Marco Springmann of the University of Oxford explains the findings of a new study which revealed the global benefits of eating less meat
The study assessed the diets of tens of thousands of men and women
A study by NASUWT found 71 per cent of teachers said their pupils are coming to school hungry
The influence of advertising may make breakfast seem more important than it is
Smoothies were found to have the highest levels of sugar on average
Salt can cause high blood pressure, which raises the risk of heart disease and stroke
Sugar's impact on everything from you skin to your kidneys
Most chefs like to cook with fresh, local ingredients, even when they're not at work
'Wasteful' packaging condemned on social media as 'the worst idea ever'
We consulted StillTasty, an online guide to shelf life, to create a list of common fridge items and their lifespan
George Osborne has imposed a tax on soft drinks manufacturers