What new products are hitting shelves in Europe? This week, we look at Moving Mountains’ new plant-based fish fillet, an innovative cocoa fruit juice concentrate for chefs, and a rebrand from Pringles UK.
Danone’s water brand evian has launched a new prototype bottle that leverages what it describes as a ‘revolutionary' new process developed by clean tech company Loop Industries. The business says the bottle marks a ‘significant milestone’ towards...
The high protein trend and growing interest in organic are driving innovation at Arla Foods Ingredients, which will showcase new whey protein ingredients for clear high protein beverages and organic products at Vitafoods next month.
As the first UN Food Systems Summit kicks off in New York today (23 September), many hope this historic event will begin to chart a roadmap to a more sustainable, healthy and equitable food system. However, the role that food industry money has played...
New research reveals that 71% of UK sales at 16 of the largest food and beverage manufacturers are generated by unhealthy products. ShareAction warns that companies should expect increased investor activism on the topic.
French premium chocolate manufacturer Valrhona has joined forces with the Swiss-Ghanaian start-up Koa to create Oabika, a new cocoa fruit juice concentrate for chefs and other gastronomy professionals.
Despite criticism from producers that Nutri-Score’s ‘C’ ranking of olive oil penalises the product, fresh research out of Spain suggests the nutrition labelling scheme does not negatively impact consumer perception, nor intention to purchase.
Results of a new survey in Germany suggest many consumers are concerned about possible health effects associated with food additives, while at the same time expressing a lack of knowledge about such ingredients.
The UK was facing warnings of food shortages, and even the prospect of a cancelled Christmas, after CF Industries, which supplies most of the CO2 used in the county’s food production, stopped work at two of its fertiliser factories because of gas prices.