Reformulating products to reduce sugar can be a costly process. While the impact of sugar taxes on consumer behaviour is a moot point, they do provide the food sector with a financial incentive to trigger change.
Researchers in the Netherlands are calculating the feasibility of vertical farming in urban areas. “The main goal is to put a figure on vertical farming,” Wageningen University & Research’s Luuk Graamans tells FoodNavigator.
Innovation in the organic space continues apace, with French manufacturers rolling out various bio additions to their portfolios. Meanwhile, Nordic food group Fazer taps into the 'street food' trend with a line-up of new products for the summer...
New technologies will empower consumer and create a ‘seamless’ shopping experience in the supermarket of the future and retailers will embrace new technology that opens the door to a truly personalised experience, research from Kantar predicts.
One year on from the launch of its ‘Nestlé for Healthier Kids’ initiative, the food giant continues to expand its portfolio with focus on personalised nutrition for specific geographies, according to Nestlé's Henri-Pierre Lenoble.
From snack wafers made "using the ingredients of a salad" to moringa infusions that claim to deliver a "daily dose of wellbeing" FoodNavigator brings you some of the most interesting product launches from around Europe in our weekly...
In this week's innovation trend tracker, FoodNavigator highlights some of the most interesting product developments around Europe, from efforts to cut plastic packaging to nutritious and indulgent dairy launches.
The European organic food sector is witnessing double-digit growth. And while high value organic sales can be lucrative, the category is an increasingly crowded space in which to operate, making it ripe for consolidation.