Consumers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) have a taste for Japanese cuisine and manufacturers can tap into this with meal, spice and oil kits, says Euromonitor.
Scottish and Irish food firms hope to tap into Europe’s largest market through the German cluster of the EU-funded export programme, Access 6.
Spanish firm Natra has opened a sales office in London in a bid to strengthen its UK presence.
US retail sales of meat alternatives - worth $553m in 2012 according to Mintel - could easily break through the $1bn barrier, predicts Garden Protein (Gardein) CEO Yves Potvin.
Sensient Food Colours Europe has expanded its Cardea colours range, which are in compliance with the new EU guidance notes on colouring food.
Europeans must reduce consumption of meat and dairy as part of a plan to cut agricultural land use by about a third, claims a UN report presented at the World...
The use of ancient grains in new products continues to boom in Western Europe, and the top category last year was bakery, according to Innova Market Insights.
Aerosol ham, self-cooking meals and non-melting ice cream are among the innovations consumers would like to see from food manufacturers, according to an independent survey by market analyst TNS.
Burton’s Biscuit Company wants to re-establish market leadership in savory snacks with a modern twist on its 1980s Fish ‘n’ Chips brand, the company's marketing head says.
The private label sector still has enormous growth potential, as it accounts for only 10% of global grocery value, according to a report from Euromonitor International.
Coca-Cola Iberian Partners has enraged Spanish unions by announcing plans to close four factories and shed around 700 staff in the brand’s second-largest EU market.
Diet is becoming a dirty word, consumers prefer health and wellness, says Leatherhead.
Meat reduction – or ‘flexitarian’ eating – is on the rise. In this special edition article, FoodNavigator asks why are consumers reducing meat, and how prevalent is the trend?
Turkey’s young population and the gaining pace of its move from open to packaged products made the country’s dairy industry a “very attractive” venture opportunity, the European Bank for Reconstruction...
A network of 40 global businesses have come together with a goal of improving the nutrition of 127 million malnourished women and children by 2020.
Food manufacturers’ organisation the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has slammed a Channel 4 programme on sugar – screened earlier this week (January 20) as – “highly misleading”.
Mühlenchemie has developed a pilot plant to help pasta makers optimise the use of hard and soft wheat flours when durum wheat flour is in short supply.
Confectioners should replace white color titanium dioxide with rice starch to alleviate consumer health concerns, says supplier Beneo, even though toxicity has not been demonstrated by any authority in typical food uses....
Multiple issues in the omega-3 sector, a ‘saturated’ US food supplements market, a widespread consumer move to private label plus a strengthening euro have all impacted Dutch-Swiss ingredient giant DSM’s...
Premier Foods, Eversheds LLP and the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) are some of the speakers at an event looking at crisis management in the food industry.
Time can be more expensive than money when it comes to getting the results of potential food fraud tests, according to a scientist named in the Top 100 by the Science...
Unilever has reported a 9% increase in profit in 2013, as emerging markets recovered from slower growth in the third quarter.
Mondelez International has added US ‘activist’ investor Nelson Peltz to its board of directors, the company has said.
The coming year will see a more sceptical consumer who demands greater traceability, sustainability and honesty on pack, according to a Leatherhead analyst.
The ambient bakery sector in the UK has been devoid of any innovation over the past few years and Bright Blue Foods is eager to change that, its CEO says.