Food & Drink
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British workers turn to tea to stay sharp in the workplace, despite the encroachment of coffee into our national culture, a new study out today has revealed.
Young scientists at the Eden Project are testing their DNA for the gene that may answer the eternal Christmas dinner conundrum: why can't some people stand Brussels sprouts?
Students at The University of Nottingham are challenging the stereotypical student diet of pot noodles and frozen pizzas with the help of the region’s food producers.
New university study finds that pomegranate juice reduces stress hormone levels in British workers.
New research reveals that over consumption of sugary drinks dull our taste buds and our enjoyment.
Medical scientists at the University of Leicester are urgently tackling a rising tide of teenage dietary problems through an education programme for over 800 secondary school students.
A new way of improving the shelf life of soft fruit like strawberries and raspberries is being pioneered by researchers at The University of Nottingham.
Nestlé is celebrating 75 years of its revolutionary confectionery assortment Quality Street in the United Kingdom this year.
Could chocolate and oranges help prevent frailty in old age? A study which hopes to establish the health benefits from cocoa and vitamin C is looking for male volunteers 18–28.