Pops Coco

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The advertising watchdog is not sufficiently protecting children against junk food marketing despite Ireland’s rising obesity rates, the Irish Heart F(...)

Under the traffic light system, the box will have a panel listing energy, fat, saturates, sugars and salt. Photograph: Peter Morris/Fairfax Media

Breakfast cereal maker Kellogg’s is to adopt the colour-coded ‘traffic light’ nutrition labelling system on the front of its boxes from the beginning (...)

According to a new survey,  our average shop contains a whopping 45.9% ultra-processed foods. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

For a long time we’ve basked in surveys that show that Ireland is one of the best places to live in the world; we’ve read that the Irish are among the(...)

As well as my love of a healthy home-cooked hotpot, I also harbour  positive associations with Coco Pops and Happy Meals. Photograph: Getty Images

While some take the detox route for January, my strategy is to serve up comfort food as an accompaniment to the peace and quiet of the first month of (...)

A bowl of Kellogg’s Coco Pops currently contains 30g of sugar per 100g. Photograph: iStock

Sugar levels in some of the most popular children’s breakfast cereals on the market are to be reduced by up to 40 per cent as Kellogg’s moves to addre(...)

 US president-elect Trump’s private airplane meal of choice? A  bucket of KFC chicken

Select, Aoife McElwain’s weekly column in The Ticket every Friday, gave us plenty of food for thought in 2016, investigating food culture and traditio(...)

Will anything generate more Geneva headlines than Ferrari’s gorgeous 488 GTB?

There are physically bigger shows (Frankfurt and its roller-skate-friendly hall sizes for instance) and there are shows that arguably have more influe(...)