Prolonged use of hand gels during the pandemic could lead to a superbug 'armageddon situation', an expert in surface disinfection has warned.
A scheme launched by the DfE which makes period products free to school pupils has seen under 40% uptake, reports the Free Period group.
Researchers say that honey is more effective than antibiotics and most over-the-counter medicines at treating coughs and colds.
A report by ProVeg International highlights ‘a fundamental and often-overlooked’ link between pandemics and our animal-based food system.
On 29 August farmers will take over a former retail site to open a new outlet to drive ‘radical change in how food and drink is retailed'.
People who buy milk substitutes made from soya are inadvertently harming the planet, the Sustainable Food Trust (SFT) claims.
YourZooki, the provider of specialist liposomol vitamin C, has secured a £950K funding package to fulfil a significant spike in sales.
As mask-wearing becomes increasingly 'normalized', is the act of wearing a face covering having an effect on purchasing decisions?
Leading industry organizations HFMA, NAHS and HFI are collaborating on a major new direct to consumer campaign called HealthyDoesIt.
The PM is preparing to announce restrictions on how junk food is advertised and sold in the UK, in efforts to tackle the nation’s high levels of obesity.
Pukka Herbs and the Natural History Museum have teamed up to deliver Tune in to Nature, a digital biodiversity-themed family festival.
Greta Thunberg has been awarded the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity after judges described her as ‘one of the most remarkable figures of our days’.
Pukka is among thousands of brands which have joined together to show support for the Stop Hate for Profit campaign by pausing advertising on Facebook.
From 24 July it will be mandatory to wear a face mask or covering in shops and supermarkets in England, where social distancing cannot always be maintained.
This was the message from Professor Tim Lang at the OFC Bitesize webinar Towards Greater Self Sufficiency, examining the future of food security in Britain.
Billions of masks and gloves are ending up in the sea during the pandemic, says Ocean Conservancy, warning we're heading for a surge in ocean pollution.