With only 1 in 10 Pinoys reading food labels, DOH-FDA tasked to simplify packaging info

Only 19.6%, or about 1 in 10 Pinoy consumers, read food product labels, while only 16.7% check only the expiration date and nutrition facts before buying. This is according to an article “Socio-demographic Determinants of Filipino Consumers Reading Food Product Labels and Nutrition Facts,” which is based on the results of the 2018-2019 National Nutrition […]

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2 BYD EV models subjected to AAP-supervised energy efficiency runs in the city

BYD Philippines and the Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP) recently conducted an efficiency run for two BYD electric vehicle (EV) models. Members of the motoring media were assigned to a fleet of Dolphin and Atto 3 models and accompanied by APP representatives as observers. The activity’s objectives were to establish credible and verifiable driving

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Healthy workplace pushed amidst malnutrition in offices

 (Photo by Fauxels/Pexels) Four out of 10 Filipinos are overweight or obese due to unhealthy eating habits and lack of regular physical activities. This is according to the 2021 Expanded National Nutrition Survey (ENNS) of the Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI). As an individual reaches adulthood, it is more challenging

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Mitsubishi announces new leadership

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp (MMPC) commemorated the transition of leadership, from Takeshi Hara to its new president and chief executive officer Ritsu Imaeda, in a solemn ceremony held at the Shangrila The Fort last April 22. Hara, who was president and CEO for three years, expressed his gratitude to all stakeholders for their unwavering support

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This UK budget airline will no longer offer tours that exploit animals

An article posted April 30 in totallyveganbuzz.com calls to attention the daring move of UK-based EasyJet Holidays to eliminate tours and activities that exploit animals. EasyJet PLC is a low-cost airline group that operates domestic and international scheduled services on over 900 routes in more than 34 countries via its affiliate airlines. EasyJet Holidays offers

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