Singapore has announced a plan to limit the amount of sugar in soft drinks by 2020, teaming up with the likes of Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Nestle and getting them to agree to cap added sugar in drinks at 12 percent.
Tear gas in the air and the sound of police shotguns fill the streets — every day since April thousands of Venezuelans have been protesting in the capital city of Caracas.
McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King and Dixie Chicken are just some of the increasingly popular fast food chains in England.
Global sugar demand is forecast to increase over the next decade, according to the latest figures from the OECD and UN Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO).
Fancy an almond milk latte, some courgetti (courgette spaghetti), or brownies made from beetroot?
A new American Cancer Society study revealed that as sugary drinks have become more affordable around the world, global sugar consumption has climbed.
Long demonised, fat is finally making its comeback as sugar secures its place as the number one food villain.
The food and drink industry is fighting back in the war on sugar as major UK brands unveil new recipe changes in an attempt to reduce the sugar burden of their products.
As the war on sugar rages, it is no surprise that almost half (48 percent) of consumers globally are actively choosing soft drinks which have low or no sugar.