Around 70 percent of children aged 11 and 12 eat unhealthy snacks at least twice a week, possibly the result of parents' eating habits, according to the Child Welfare League Foundation (CWLF).
2013/7/23, 1 Comment
Participants at Bjoern Heucke's yoga class in Berlin are used to taking on unusual positions. They dangle from the roof, head-down, suspended in the air or sway from side to side, floating above the ground.
Taiwanese exporters of agricultural goods were informed yesterday that the July Taiwan Food Fair has been canceled by Singapore, citing the recent food scandals as the primary reason for cancellation, a Council of Agriculture (COA) official said yesterday.
Pregnant women who take an iron supplement twice a week receive the same health benefits as expectant mothers who take a daily dose of the essential mineral, new research showed Tuesday.
The Fuli Farmer's Association from Hualien County has demanded compensation and an apology from the Consumers' Foundation for reporting that their organic rice grain products contained pesticide residue.
Scholars are advocating for the government to create a food safety watchdog in the wake of a string of food scares in recent years.
Forget abandoning carbohydrates or detoxing. The new dieting craze sweeping Britain and taking off in the United States lets people eat whatever they like — but only five days a week.
The Consumers' Foundation (CF) yesterday announced the results of a brown rice quality test, finding that 60 percent of tested brands had misreported the rice grades found on labels, while one organic brand even contained pesticide residue.
President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday that the recent amendment to the Act Governing Food Sanitation signifies a new era of food safety in Taiwan.
French fry chain store Ireland's Potato (愛爾蘭瘋薯) has been fined for using expired sauce in their products, according to New Taipei City's Public Health Department (PHD) yesterday.