Clean eating and health and wellness are having a “profound impact” on the UK’s eating and drinking habits, according to new research, but consumers still want to indulge. What does this mean for food brands and retailers?
Barilla confirmed it will launch a palm oil-free chocolate and hazelnut spread in Italy, German baker adds to functional bread range with high protein bread and French brand Materne rolls out a range of organic fruit puree compotes in France.
Over half of the UK public have admitted that they would buy less meat from supermarkets if hormone- and chlorine-treated products were introduced in a post-Brexit deal, according to an Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) survey.
New analysis from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) demonstrates a decrease in dairy emissions intensity. The study was commissioned by the Dairy Sustainability Framework (DSF).
Since 2011, the Rainforest Alliance has run its ‘follow the frog’ campaign in an attempt to encourage consumers to switch to more sustainable products. Social media has been an important component of this engagement. In this Q&A, FoodNavigator speaks...
Oat-based Cheerios for people who don't like the taste or texture of porridge; sugar-free baking mixes made with wood-derived xylitol and premium sea salt with seaweed feature in this week's snapshot of new product launches across Europe.
Farmer organizations will be guaranteed a higher price for cocoa sales on Fairtrade terms, as part of foundation’s strategy towards enabling living incomes it said. Changes will come into effect October 2019.
Consumers state that they want to eat more healthily – but our expanding collective waste line would suggest this doesn’t always translate to action. What interventions can be taken to help people make better dietary choices?