Healthy people who avoid gluten won't get any gut health benefit and may be on a 'sub-optimal' diet, according researchers who say that gluten is unjustifiably given the role of the bad guy in our diet
Tetra Pak has identified seven food and beverage trends surrounding the areas of hygiene, digitalisation and individual experience that have been and continue to be major drivers of the industry this year.
A global threat is facing the production of Cavendish bananas following the outbreak of Fusarium disease (also known as Panama disease) and scientists are working on finding a gene that is resistant to the strain.
A diet high in fibre and yogurt is strongly associated with a reduced risk of lung cancer thanks to their prebiotic and probiotic properties, according to a study involving data from 1.4 million adults in the US, Europe and Asia.
Bakery chain De Grog has become the first company in Europe to use tritordeum malted grain in the bakery sector, and the first company in Belgium to use the Mediterranean grain to create an innovative bread.
European consumer attitudes towards, and knowledge of, plant-based diets have been analysed by researchers in Denmark, who found that awareness of diet descriptions differ in Belgium, Spain, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
“There’s a new idea emerging that if you have a lot of followers on Instagram and you have a six pack then you are an authority on nutrition and health,” sports nutrition professionals were warned during a nutrition myth-busting conference held in Ireland...
Flavours and fragrance company Givaudan invited FoodNavigator behind the scenes at its annual Chef’s Council event where international Michelin-star chefs help it explore and develop the tastes and textures set to hit the food and beverage industry.
Olam Cocoa has today (24 October) launched Cocoa Compass, a new sustainability initiative that establishes the company’s responsible sourcing goals to 2030. FoodNavigator caught up with CEO Gerry Manley to find out more.
A television advertisement promoting Tesco’s new Plant Chef range has been criticised by the NFU for its messaging and ‘negative connotations’, which British farmers claim have caused them ‘significant distress’.