Richard Lloyd

  • Ministers consider need for new Food Crime Unit

    THE DEPARTMENT for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Food Standards Agency has issued a new report on food security and the introduction of a Food Crime Unit. The special report was commissioned by the government to address the current… Read More

  • Pricing tactics in supermarkets revealed

    A NEW Which? investigation reveals some of the pricing tactics used by supermarkets and big brands to get shoppers to part with their cash.                   Since Which? launched its campaign in November… Read More

  • Consumers reduce food waste as economic downturn continues to bite

    A NEW SURVEY from consumer campaign group Which? reveals that up to 14 million people in the UK are reducing their food waste to save money.   Increasing food prices across many food types have seen the British public make… Read More

  • Supermarkets commit to ‘Price it Right’ campaign

    FOUR OF BRITAIN’S largest supermarket companies have offered their support to consumer group Which?’s ‘Price it Right’ campaign for simpler, clearer and consistent pricing.   Aldi, The Co-operative, Waitrose and Morrisons have all committed to improving food labels in their… Read More

  • Products shrink but prices don’t

    WITH RAW material prices on the increase and health groups encouraging some food brands to decrease their portion sizes, product shrinkage should be a good thing.   Not according to Which?   The consumer campaign group has discovered that products… Read More