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Food & Nutrition Newsletter – War on sausages

With summer upon us, EU fonctionnaires are embarking on their yearly procession out of Brussels and into their home Member States – though those from COVID-19 ‘red list’ countries will need to make do with the not-so-exotic Belgian coast. Indeed, the European Parliament has gone into summer recess until 22nd August, while the European Commission … Continued

Food industry must strengthen ties with EU and UK post-Brexit

Since January, when the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) took effect, UK food companies that export their products to the EU have been facing the burden of bureaucracy that third countries are dealing with in their trade with the Union. They have to meet various requirements imposed on exports to the EU, such as … Continued

Food & Nutrition Newsletter – No HFSS for the Queen

May is a month of reinvention. Across Europe, people begin to look forward to the summer, one that with easing lockdown restrictions across the continent should feel closer to normality. May is the month for new wardrobes, new plans, and indeed, new political direction. This month the UK saw the State Opening of Parliament ceremony, … Continued

Food & Nutrition Newsletter – Ever been fooled by soy milk?

This month we come to you with a fresh look and feel that reflects on our wider company re-brand. We are pleased to introduce Whitehouse Communications, a new brand identity that reflects the growth in our team and service offering. Besides a food-heavy Easter, this month we also mark both Earth Day and World Health … Continued

Sports nutrition products risk government restrictions

Saagar Dattani has written for New Natural Business‘ Spring 2021 Magazine. His article looks at how the government’s proposed restrictions for ‘less healthy’ food, primarily designed to protect children, may inadvertently trap some adult sports nutrition and weight management products. Some suppliers have raised concerns that the proposal to restrict the promotion of unhealthy foods … Continued

Dr Ian Gibson: he made the science of food safety digestible

Dr Ian Gibson served as the Member of Parliament for Norwich North from 1997 to 2009. During that period I had the pleasure and the privilege of working closely with him in the fight against over-burdensome regulations from the European Union that would have criminalised the sale of safe and popular vitamin and mineral food … Continued

Staying healthy and happy at Whitehouse

Staying healthy and happy at Whitehouse – Putting what we have learnt from clients in the food, health and sports sectors into practice Happy World Health Day! Brought to life by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 1950, World Health Day is designed to raise awareness of the importance of health and promote health priorities across the world.   This year, the theme of World Health Day is “Building … Continued

Whitehouse sports nutrition client featured on leading news platform

Sports drinks is a fast-growing segment in the sports nutrition sector. Yet, misinformation on these products poses a serious challenge for the industry; especially now that the EU and the UK are restricting products high in fats, sugars and/or salt (HFSS) to tackle obesity and policy-makers need to understand that sport drinks are not HFSS … Continued

Food & Nutrition Highlights – March 2021 – I score, you score, Nutri-score!

March has been about paying tribute to all the women leaving their mark in the world, no matter how big or small. From the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Ms Stella Kyriakides, to the Director-General of the Commission’s Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, Ms Sandra Gallina, and the European Food Safety Authority’s Chief … Continued

World Salt Awareness Week: challenges and opportunities

This week, from 8th to 14th March, the World is marking Salt Awareness Week. This is a time for the public, private and third sectors to come together and raise awareness of the need to reduce salt consumption in a bid to improve people’s health. With obesity numbers going up and COVID-19 highlighting the need … Continued

Whitehouse secures funding for school milk in England until 2022

The Whitehouse Consultancy, who provide secretariat services to The School and Nursery Milk Alliance (SNMA), have been successful in their campaign to secure continued funding for the School Milk Scheme in England for the academic year 2021/22. There were fears that the scheme could be scrapped, but the Government’s commitment means children can now continue … Continued