All news articles for September 2017

Successful start-ups to share their stories at Bread & Jam Fest © iStock/Rawpixel

Leading entrepreneurs share top tips for food start-ups

By Katy Askew

Start-ups have disrupted the food sector, challenging legacy brands and exciting consumers with products that tap into emerging trends. But developing your idea into a winning business is no easy task and for every successful entrepreneur there are many...

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Processing affects rye's satiating properties

By Niamh Michail

The why behind the rye: The way rye is processed has a direct impact on how filling it is, according to Finnish researchers, with implications for food manufacturers using the high-fibre whole grain.


MEPs stand firm on acrylamide regulations

By Katy Askew

The European Parliament voted down an objection to the European Commission’s plans to introduce regulations governing acrylamide in food today (28 September).

Food safety recall round-up

Food safety recall round-up 22-28 September 2017

Recalls: Ergot alkaloids, acrylamide and glass

By Joseph James Whitworth

Food and beverage alerts were made by USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, England, Czech Republic, Finland, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Sweden and Denmark.

Adult soft drinks: What flavors appeal to consumers?

Adult soft drinks: What flavors appeal to consumers?

By Rachel Arthur

Adult soft drinks are gaining in popularity: but what flavors appeal to this audience? From the beer cues of brewed soda to the sour tang of vinegar, natural ingredient company Döhler explores the tastes that are appealing to today’s consumers. 


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