Quoted by Food&Drink International

I was quoted by Food&Drink International on a public consultation on proposals to introduce a 9pm watershed on TV and online adverts for food and drink high in fat, sugar or salt, launched by the UK government. Can read the full quote down below, or on their website.

[REPORTAGE] Brexit : Multitude vun Optiounen

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 16. Januar ausgestraalt ginn. No der Défaite vun dem Theresa May hierem Brexit-Accord am britesche Parlament gëschter Owend ass d’Politik an d’Land esou diviséiert wéi nach ni. Och vun der Säit vun der EU mussen elo aner politesch Décisioune faalen.

Quoted by FoodBev Media

I was quoted by FoodBev Media on Public Health England’s proposed calorie cap for supermarket and restaurant foods. Can read the full quote down below, or on their website.

Quoted by Packaging News

I was quoted by Packaging News on Public Health England’s proposed calorie cap for supermarket and restaurant foods. Can read the full quote down below, or on their website.

Quoted by The Star

I was quoted by The Star on Public Health England’s new suggested policies regarding calorie intake limits for supermarket and restaurant foods. Click down below to read the full quote, or find the article on their website here.

Quoted by the Chichester Observer

I was quoted by the Chichester Observer on Public Health England’s proposed calorie cap for supermarket and restaurant foods. Can read the full quote down below, or on their website.

Taxing red meat: when Oxford researchers tell low-income families how to live

In a recent publication for the University of Oxford, Dr. Marco Springmann and James Martin, both Fellows at the Oxford Martin School argue for the introduction of additional taxes on red meat. Springmann makes the case that taxing products such as bacon could save thousands of lives every year, due to the meat’s association with higher chances […]

Going for a run is better than feel-good “junk food” bans

On November 23, London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced that, as of February, all advertisements for food high in fat, sugar and salt will be banned from the London tube and bus network. The measure is part of the mayor’s plan to decrease child obesity rates, but it is set to do nothing of the sort.