All news articles for June 2013

Discover the latest trends in tablet confectionery

Mint confectionery oral care claims rising, says Mintel

By Oliver NIEBURG

Around a quarter of recent product launches in the tablet confectionery category have made claims for breath freshening or oral care. Mintel explores the latest flavor trends and health claims in the most common sub-group: Mints.

Sugar users have welcomed the removal of quotas by 2017

EU reaches deal on CAP reform

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

European institutions reached a deal on reforming the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) on Wednesday, including a compromise that will end sugar quotas by 2017.

Eating meat is not like smoking, ASA tells PETA

Eating meat is not like smoking, ASA tells PETA

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

Animal rights group PETA has been banned from comparing the health effects of eating meat with smoking risks, the UK’s Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has ruled.

Stevia-sweetened Coke will shake up the cola market in Argentina, but could it spread elsewhere? (Picture Credit: El Emilio/Flickr)

BUT 'STEVIA DOES NOT WORK WELL IN COLAS': PepsiCo CEO WARNS

World’s first stevia-sweetened Coke hits Argentina

By Ben BOUCKLEY

The Coca-Cola Company announced yesterday that it plans to launch the first Coke sweetened with stevia, in a mid-calorie offering targeting the Argentinian market, despite PepsiCo’s recent insistence that the natural plant-derived sweetener ‘does not...

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