Drinks Tag

This observational study looked at the change in drink purchases in 16 Australian recreation centres following a sugar-sweetened beverage reduction initiative. The conclusion suggests this type of health promotion is feasible in other areas, however, complementary strategies should be considered as well to encourage customers...

Public Health England's latest progress report on the food and drinks industry's sugar cutting efforts reveal significant changes in areas where the sugar tax applies, but disappointing lack of progress with the voluntary sugar reduction programme....

Caffeine occurs naturally in foods, such as coffee, tea and cocoa and has a long history of safe use as a mild stimulant. Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) have put together a useful fact sheet on caffeine that states the caffeine content of some foods...

This new fact sheet provides information on energy in common alcoholic drinks in the absence of energy labelling. It includes a graphic of kilojoules in alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and foods with data sourced from the New Zealand Food Composition Database. The intended audience is...