FoodNavigator's trend tracker brings you a weekly round-up of some of the most exciting products hitting the shelves in Europe. This week, we hear about CBD ' tongue shots', Asian snacks and potato smoothies.
The WHO’s draft guidelines on saturated fat have been challenged by a group of international researchers, who say different types of fatty acids, and the diversity of foods, should be taken into consideration.
Pesticide campaigner demands additional safety measures, Commission 'regrets' NGOs decision of to quit obesity platform, while EU farmers are furious over 'sell-out' Mercosur deal. FoodNavigator brings you the latest news from Brussels.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a vegetable-picking robot that uses machine learning to harvest iceberg lettuce. They believe the technology can be applied to other crops in order to tackle agricultural labour shortages and...
To succeed in the increasingly competitive retail industry, stores should be underpinned by technology, stock carefully curated products, provide areas for socialising, and enhance the consumer experience, says analyst.
NEMIS Technologies is working on an innovative, ultra-sensitive chemiluminescence-based technology to detect Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes. It is “as easy as pushing a button”, chief science officer Dr. Mario Hupfeld tells us.
Griffith Foods, a family owned ingredients supplier, was founded in 1919. But the ambitious company is not resting on its 100-year history. It is looking to the future with a plan to double the size of its European business and triple its bottom line...