Pharma Nord's Bio-Vitamin D3 has been chosen for a major trial studying the effects of vitamin D supplementation in protecting against COVID.
Swedish water company Bluewater says a study by Trinity College reveals babies swallow ‘millions of microplastics' every day.
The NAHS is encouraging manufacturers and suppliers to include independent health stores when listing their stockists in any promotional ads.
Research from Mintel shows Brits spend almost £500M on VMS – and the nation is demonstrating an ‘insatiable appetite’ for vitamin D.
Following the decision not to extend free school meals over half term a map has been designed to highlight where families can go for support.
MEPs have voted to ban dairy-related terms being used for plant-based alternatives but has given the go-ahead for meat-related descriptions.
Global regenerative agriculture initiative regenagri has announced the members of its governance team who'll work to progress the initiative.
Scientists are looking for volunteers for a trial to test the effectiveness of vitamin D in boosting the immune system against COVID.
Mooncup has launched a Monthly Savings Calendar to help young people calculate how much money they could save by switching to reusable cups.
A recent survey conducted by the NAHS shows a significant increase in stores offering ‘call and collect’ services as a result of the pandemic.
A new ‘super enzyme’ has been engineered by scientists to degrade plastic, signalling major developments in recycling.
Two surveys reveal food and drink manufacturers aren't providing clear labelling, and even when they do some ingredients are unrecognizable.
ESSNA has released a guide about the types of sports nutrition people should consume before, during and after exercise.
Environmental Justice Foundation is calling for a ‘complete global ban’ on the wildlife markets it says are responsible for pandemics.
MP and former cabinet minister David Davis says mounting evidence of the usefulness of vitamin D in tackling COVID-19 must not be ignored.
Following the launch of HealthyDoesIt, the HFMA reports that interest in membership has reached ‘at an all-time high’.
The Fairtrade Foundation urges UK firms to tackle human rights violations in supply chains and calls for legislation to make this mandatory.