Singapore will become the first country in the world to ban ads for the unhealthiest sugary drinks in its latest move to combat rising diabetes rates, ...
Egyptians consume between 3.2 and 3.3 million tons of sugar per year while the country produces nearly 2.2 million tons of sugar from beets and canes ...
A Saudi man in Al-Ahsa has been investing in dates and turning them into date sugar that’s less processed than more conventional sugars. Ali al ...
A recent study was conducted which found a link between sugar and depression in men, as well as a rise in risk of mental disorders after consumption. ...
Egypt will impose a sugar export tariff of 3,000 Egyptian pounds ($165.47) per tonne, the state’s official gazette said on Thursday. ...
Complaints about a shortage of basic goods have been echoing across the country
Sugar has all but vanished from supermarkets, prompting media talk of a crisis and pushing the state to rapidly increase imports
The WHO said a 20 percent price increase could reduce consumption of sweet drinks by the same proportion
Recently released historical documents show that the sugar industry invested 50 years of research into finding the correlation between fats and heart diseases
In opting for a sugar tax, Britain joins Belgium, France, Hungary and Mexico, all of which have imposed some form of tax on drinks with added sugar
Large food multinationals coming under increasing pressure from public health advocates and regulators struggling to fight a growing obesity epidemic
You have had your dinner and are quite satisfied, even full, but then you are introduced to the dessert table. What do you do?
Iran imported small quantities in the first two quarters of this year, estimated at under 20,000 tonnes
Report analyzes the global risks of death due to diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancers
He said foods high in sugar are causing a public health crisis and that Britain should follow France in taxing sugary drinks
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