[28 August/Food Dive] Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Queensland have found that international health researchers are often unaware that they are susceptible to conflicts of interest or unconscious biases which could affect the outcomes of their research. The researchers aim to develop guidance to help these researchers better manage such risks. The food industry faces its own issues if it tarnishes consumer trust by manipulating information towards industry-favoured solutions. Funding constraints are particularly challenging in low-income countries, which many food makers are targeting as a potential market for opportunity, whilst others may want to influence food and public health policy.