All news articles for November 2018

Europe's highest court finds taste cannot be copyrighted ©iStock

Taste ‘too subjective’ to copyright: CJEU

By Katy Askew

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has decided taste cannot be protected by copyright law because it is ‘too subjective’ to stand up legally.

The dairy industry is waiting on the details of the potential Berxit deal. Pic: ©GettyImages/pavlinec/Irina_Qiwi

Dairy responds to draft Brexit deal

By Jim Cornall

Last week, British Prime Minster Theresa May announced a draft Brexit document that has been met with mixed reaction.

NPD trend tracker: Insect snacks, fruit desserts and soft Skittles

NPD trend tracker: Insect snacks, fruit desserts and soft Skittles

By Niamh Michail

UK retailer Sainsbury's creates a buzz with beer snack bugs, French jam brand Bonne Maman moves into the chilled dessert category and Mars France removes Skittles' crunchy coating. Here is our round-up of some of Europe's most interesting...

Bahia notebook: Why is rubber so important to the growing of cocoa in Brazil? - Video

WCF Conference, Sao Paulo

Bahia notebook: Why is rubber so important to the growing of cocoa in Brazil?

By Anthony Myers

As part of a field trip for delegates at the World Cocoa Foundation Partnership Meeting in Sao Paulo in October, the WCF organized a visit to CEPLAC so industry experts could see for themselves the work being carried out to not only help and promote Brazil's...

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