the worst and the best, according to “60 million consumers”

While some cereal and biscuit manufacturers are moving away from additives, the majority stand out with a sugar content that is still too high. Getty Images In its October issue, the magazine 60 million consumers scrutinizes the nutritional composition of some fifty breakfast and snack products. Race results? Mixed, with an effort on the additives … Read more

Vietnamese VinFast’s electric SUVs set to conquer Europe and the United States

In the VinFast factory in Haiphong, where the Vietnamese manufacturer’s new electric vehicles are produced from A to Z. Nick Ut/Getty Images DECRYPTION – The car manufacturer, created in 2018 by a local tycoon, is ramping up to export to the West. Haiphong (Vietnam) On the streets of Vietnamese cities crowded with scooters and on … Read more

Camille Vasquez, the lawyer and formidable media strategist of Johnny Depp

By Leonie Dutrievoz Published on 05/11/2022 at 16:57, Update on 06/10/2022 at 11:21 Camille Vasquez discusses with the other members of her team while awaiting the verdict. (Fairfax, June 1, 2022.) AFP Forum The actor won his defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard on Wednesday June 1. And this, in part thanks to Camille Vasquez, an … Read more

6 dietitian Instagram accounts to follow

By Lena Couffin Published yesterday at 3:23 p.m., Update yesterday at 4:15 p.m. Overview of Instagram accounts to subscribe to for balanced, simple and gourmet recipes. Getty Images The start of the new school year marks the return of the headache of developing the menu of the week. Here are the Instagram accounts to follow … Read more

A consumer association denounces the excessive presence of plastic in food packaging

In a vast survey, the CLCV listed the packaging of more than 250 food products and criticized the excessive presence of plastic in relation to the quantity of food. The alarm bell is ringing. While the anti-waste law, passed in 2020, sets targets for reducing packaging – and in particular to limit the presence of … Read more

have food recalls really increased?

THE CHEKING PROCESS – In the wake of the Buitoni pizza and Kinder chocolate scandals ahead of Easter, recalls seem to be on the rise. Is that the case ? The recalls of food products seem to be linked since the spring. The Buitoni frozen pizza scandal was followed a few weeks later by the … Read more

These micro changes in your plate that will make the difference

Putting color on the plate not only attracts the eye but also fills up on antioxidants. Getty Images. In her book, dietitian nutritionist Sophie Janvier delivers her gentle method for eating better. Tricks to modify our meals a tad, without necessarily lightening them or impoverishing them in taste. Dinner of a soup in the evening … Read more

An Italian Nobel Prize winner at the heart of a controversy over… cooking pasta

Italian physicist Giorgio Parisi suggested on Facebook to turn off the heat under the pan when cooking pasta to save energy. Great harm has taken him. Energy savings, but not at any cost. In Italy, the physicist Giorgio Parisi, Nobel Prize winner moreover, advertised on his Facebook account a small daily gesture that saves more … Read more

The iPhone surpasses Android smartphones in the United States

By Ingrid Vergara Posted 1 hour ago, Update 1 hour ago “Over the past four years, the stream has gradually switched from Android to iOSobserves Jeff Fieldhack, director of research at Counterpoint Research. 309035736/H_KB – stock.adobe.com According to Counterpoint Research, for the first time since its launch, one in two Americans owns the Apple laptop. … Read more

Unibail advances in its withdrawal strategy from the United States

By Marie Bartnik Published 3 hours ago, Update 3 hours ago The sale of Santa Anita demonstrates continued progress in rationalizing URW’s regional asset portfolio. 481325084/HJBC – stock.adobe.com The property has sold its share in a Californian shopping center, valued at 537 million dollars. Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) is gradually withdrawing from the United States, five years … Read more