The UK’s Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched a public consultation on the government’s plans to restrict promotions of food and drink products that are high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS).
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.
UK food tech group OAL has launched the “world’s first” artificial intelligence-based vision system for date code verification. The company says the development reduces the risk of product recalls and emergency product withdrawals (EPWs).
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.
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.
Momentum is growing behind calls to impose fiscal sanctions on unhealthy foods. And while such stringent action is not on the immediate horizon that could change if the food industry fails to step up its efforts on reformulation.
Manufacturers and retailers have achieved “a mixed picture” on UK salt reduction targets, according to a government report, although there has been clear progress in cutting salt since targets were first set in 2006.
From equity-based investment to reward-based crowdfunding; mini-bonds to peer-to-peer lending, there is no 'one-size-fits-all model for start-ups looking to access to capital, says Forward Fooding CEO.
The United Nations adopted a draft resolution on improving global nutrition last week. Calling for a focus on improved education to combat obesity, the agency remained silent on the key issues of taxation and nutritional labelling.