Junk Food: Blame Junk Advertising

in Food

Northern Ireland has one of the highest percentages of children who eat crisps, chips, sweets or soft drinks every day(1), yet most of the food advertising aimed at children is sending the wrong dietary and healthy eating messages.

Food Poverty: Hungry For Change

in Food

If you can afford to eat a healthy diet you can expect to live longer.  Yet for many low income families the reality is food poverty, not food plenty.

Stay Safe - And Satisfied

in Energy

Snow and plunging temperatures over the past month meant that most homes in Northern Ireland turned up the heat.

Consumer Champions Make It A Boy- Zone

in Consumer Skills

A team from Abbey Grammar School Newry won the coveted title of Northern Ireland’s Young Consumers 2001, beating off competition from Our Lady and St Patrick’s College Knock and Convent Grammar School Strabane.  The quiz took place on Friday 2 March at the Ulster Museum Belfast.

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