Europe’s food industry could be left exposed to supply shortages and rocketing prices as climate change increases the risk of droughts in key commodity-producing countries.
Saturated fat does not clog up arteries nor increase the chance of a heart attack, according to a team of doctors whose views have triggered a wave of criticism.
France's official - but voluntary - nutrition label has its first takers as retailers Intermarché, Leclerc and Auchan as well as meat, seafood and ready meal manufacturer Fleury Michon commit to its use on their products.
With its umami-packed, fermented seasoning made from locally-sourced, organic lupin and oats, Austrian start-up Genusskoarl is bringing to the market its "soy sauce adapted to European tastes".
New rules on low calorie diets could wipe out manufacturers and distributors of weight loss programmes in Europe, according to an industry trade body which is urging regulators to seek a compromise agreement.
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Ingredient labels are more important than ever to consumers and food manufacturers. Survey after survey shows consumers read labels, base their buying decisions on their content and are willing to pay more for certain attributes. These trends are driving a surge in launches of clean-label products. Yet, in developing these products, manufacturers have learnt some clean-label starches have limitations. Tate & Lyle developed CLARIA® Bliss tapioca starch to address these shortcomings.