Manufacturers are aiming to appeal to flexitarians and conscious meat-eaters with recent launches including organic, nitrate-free hams and a plant-based burger, while Christmas-themed launches continue with a limited edition cinnamon Coca-Cola.
From snack bars made with beetroot to rice made from pulses, manufacturers continue to invest in better-for-you products. Brands are also gearing up for Halloween and Christmas with themed products aiming to drive impulse purchases.
Big brands are responding to consumer trends that continue to gain traction in the food space, as evidenced by the latest products to hit the shelves in Europe. Unilever brought the vegan version of its well-known Hellman's mayonnaise over from the...
From the health benefits offered by turmeric infused coconut oil, to the morning wake-up call offered by cereal made with coffee extracts and meat-free mince made using oats, FoodNavigator brings you a rundown of some of the most interesting new products...
From FODMAP-friendly konjac noodles and pasta, to convenient and premium organic vegan stews and drinks that promote gut health, FoodNavigator takes a look at some of the latest on-trend products being rolled out across Europe.
From premium mixers in flavours like violet blossom tonic and barrel smoked cola, to high protein snack bars powered by plant proteins, to vegan lower sugar brownie bites, here are some of the product launches that caught our eye this week.
From crispy salmon skin snacks, to teas associated with beauty and skin benefits and mochi-wrapped ice cream, we take a look at some of the most interesting innovations to hit the shelves across Europe.
Can on-trend oils such as coconut compete with olive oil? Is butter really back? And as sales fall in its biggest markets, does margarine have a future in Europe? We take a look at the different oils on offer and their perceived healthiness.
Consumers want clean, healthy food. But are companies providing it and what if demands for clean food are in direct conflict with food safety or sustainability? Four industry stakeholders debated the issue at this week's IFT in Chicago.