Cover story
Mariska Dötsch-Klerk, David J Mela and Mary Kearney of Unilever Research and Development, Vlaardingen, address the challenge of translating dietary guidance into preferred, sustainable food products.
News
IFST Spring Conference 2015: Food safety in the court of public opinion

Our 2015 Spring Conference, 'Food safety in the court of public opinion' will take place on 23 April at Imperial College London.

Making sense of sugar

A new campaign was launched in September by AB Sugar to help inform and educate people about sugar and the role it can play as part of a healthy, balanced diet, and to help people make better informed choices about what they consume.

FoodStart

IFST’s new FoodStart placements website is now live for both employers and students.

Features

Improving nutritional behaviour

Charlotte Evans, Lecturer in Nutritional Epidemiology at Leeds University, reviews the latest developments in policies and interventions to improve nutritional behaviour in the UK.

Sustainable diets

Mariska Dötsch-Klerk, David J Mela and Mary Kearney of Unilever Research and Development, Vlaardingen, address the challenge of translating dietary guidance into preferred, sustainable food products.

Trends in food sensory science

Sarah Kemp and Joanne Hort chart the rise of sensory science as a key discipline in determining consumer food choices.

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