Regulation & Safety

Chocolate to fall under FSSAI standards from 2018

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Chocolate manufacturers will have to fall in line with the constraints of food safety and standards regulations after India’s health ministry placed all types of chocolate under the regulator’s purview.

Teaspoon visualizations of sugar will do more for public health than calorie labels, says FMCG Strategic Alliance consultant. ©iStock/Wittayayut

The right dose: Are confectionery players misreading the sugar obesity debate?

Action on Sugar calls to extend UK sugar tax to confectionery ©iStock/karandaev

Chocolate and candy tax proposed in the UK

Mike Bradley, head of sales, Mettler-Toledo Safeline.

Mettler-Toledo Safeline debuts four enhancements on its metal detection systems

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Top public nutrition adviser faces criticism after receiving money from chocolate industry

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Loy-Lange Box explosion contained 330°F hot water at speeds of 120mph

Wrigley says education rather than funds for cleanup costs is the best solution. Photo: LGA

UK councils call for industry funds to tackle gum litter ‘plague’

Nestlé UK Kitkat recall

Nestlé UK issues nut allergy product recall

Titanium dioxide is a white food colouring used mostly in sweets, chewing gum and bakery products. © iStock/maximkabb

ANSES: We can’t challenge EFSA’s opinion on titanium dioxide (yet) but industry should find replacements

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Nutritionists dispute relevance of sugar levels in chocolate spreads following report

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