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Can biomarker breakthrough 'put the science behind food labels'?

By Katy Askew

Nutritional labelling and government-backed dietary guidelines are designed to deliver the greatest good, to the greatest number of people. But this nutritional advice and information is often based on flawed or incomplete data. Scientists at Aberystwyth...

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NPD trend tracker: From cheesy chocolate to fancy fish

By Katy Askew

In this week's roundup of the hottest food and beverage products hitting the shelves, we hear about Love Cocoa's latest innovation - cheesy chocolate - and learn how seafood brand Young's wants to bring a restaurant experience home as the...

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Danone commits to costly exit from Russia

By Teodora Lyubomirova

The transaction could lead to a write-off of up to €1bn but the multi-national says this is ‘the best option’ to ensure long-term business continuity.

Talking Dawn’s people, patent-pending tech and trends

Talking Dawn’s people, patent-pending tech and trends

By Gill Hyslop

At the International Bakery Industry Exposition (IBIE) held in Las Vegas, US, last month, Dawn Foods unveiled its 2023 global bakery trends reports and showcased it’s game-changing non-sticky doughnut glaze. BakeryandSnacks also used the opportunity to...

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NPD Trend Tracker: From ‘tuna-free’ flakes to coffee-free coffee

By Flora Southey

What innovations are landing on supermarket shelves this month? In our latest round-up of new production development across Europe, we look at ‘tuna-free flakes made from Scottish seaweed and pea protein. In the Nordics, Rebl Eats is teaming up with mycoprotein...

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Food fraud warnings amid CO2 shortage

By Oliver Morrison

Food manufacturers are being urged to prioritise quality checks when choosing new CO2 suppliers, in order to minimise food fraud risk.

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