I almost messed up within a minute of rolling out bed, bleary-eyed. Having brewed up my morning caffeine, I reached into the fridge for my usual milk-replacement of… Oatly. And then realisation jolted me awake: It’s probably not made from… Read more
I am in the process of recovering from the Allergy and Gluten Free Show, where I worked for three days at the Free From Food Awards stand, promoting both – as well as the spin-off site, Skins Matter, of which I’m… Read more
Early spring is the season for food and health shows. I attended the International Food Exhibition in mid March, partly to hear a presentation by Mintel – who always give good presentations, in my experience – partly to look around… Read more
I’ve spent a good part of the last fortnight sitting on the judging panels of the Free From Food Awards – founded by Michelle Berriedale-Johnson of www.foodsmatter.com, and which was set up to reward the innovation of food manufacturers who… Read more
Following on from my previous post about restricted coeliac prescriptions in Yorkshire, it seems Lancashire is following suit. News today in The Bolton News says that treat foods are being ‘axed’. Is this part of a larger trend, then? Will… Read more
We tend to get occasional waves of media coverage of food intolerance, food allergies and coeliac disease, usually centred around a celebrity claiming to have lost weight by giving up wheat, or perhaps around an awareness week or campaign. Not… Read more
I want to reproduce a summary section from the Wheat Hypersensitivity Report here, in full: What are the gaps in our knowledge? It is clear from a recent survey that a number of people consider themselves to be intolerant or… Read more
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