Confusion over previous price comparison rules
In a judgment against Charles Tyrwhitt, an online advert compared the price of an item with a previous price that had applied for a period of six weeks, three months before the advert was published.
Sugar and healthy eating in the spotlight
The launch of a petition by Jamie Oliver for a duty on sugary drinks attracting over 70,000 signatures so far has drawn a response from the Food and Drink Federation.
The NHS Chief Executive has also launched a major campaign to improve the health of NHS workers, one pillar of which includes a commitment to revisit procurement standards for staff and patient food.
Action Salt have published an article citing research linking excess salt consumption to obesity.
Which publish guide to Consumer Rights
Which have published information for consumers about their new rights under the Consumer Rights Act from 1 October.
Update on Food Hygiene Rating Scheme in Wales
The Food Standards Agency has published a report to the Welsh Government on operation of the scheme. 94% of premises are achieving scores of 3* or higher, 366 written warnings and 85 fixed penalty notices have been issued for failure to display ratings.