Dutch start-up Koupe makes a sugar, fat and calorie-reduced ice cream with added protein and fibre, which founder Jaco Pieper says appeals to “people that love ice cream, and are looking for additional health benefits”.
Responding to shifting definitions of ‘value’, private label ranges are increasingly focusing on delivering affordable premium products. This is making it harder for branded food makers to justify their price premium.
To what extent do food labels encourage healthier eating? A study led by researchers from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University assessed the effectiveness of different types of food labels on consumers’ eating behaviors....
In a bid to raise awareness around portion sizes and encourage people to eat more balanced diets, the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) today (14 January) launched a portion size guide, Find Your Balance.
From a new line of vegan seafood options - including fish-free fish and prawn SKUs - to a range of traditional Greek fine foods, here is our round-up of some of the most exciting recent food product launches to hit the shelves in Europe.
Dutch 3D printing specialist byFlow believes that by partnering with food industry multinationals the technology it develops will help shape the future of food – quite literally. And that future is personal, CEO Nina Hoff tells FoodNavigator.
2019 is expected to be an important year for the sustainable food industry. Buoyed by the rising tide of concern over health, authenticity and environmentalism, European sales of sustainable foods are forecast to grow over the coming 12 months.
Drinking vinegar with raw honey and a yerba mate beverage help consumers detox in the new year while other manufacturers are already gearing up for Easter. We take a look at some interesting recent food and drink launches.