The health benefits of fibre are becoming more widely discussed and consumers say that they want to eat more of it. But while foods like fruits, vegetables and grains are fibre rich, most of us are still struggling to eat as much as we should. Fibre enriched...
Following last night’s historic defeat in the House of Commons for the Government’s Brexit deal, representatives of the UK food and farming sectors urge policy makers to indicate what the alternatives are. We take a look at what the result means for business....
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.
Givaudan has opened a new technical centre in Casablanca, Morocco, to serve the local market. FoodNavigator speaks to Antoine Khalil, commercial head flavours Africa & Middle East, to find out about the benefits of going local.
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.
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).
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).
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.
French pea protein supplier Roquette believes pea protein could make waves in the booming plant-based dairy alternative category. “It’s a big market, and there’s more innovation to come," says its head of pea protein.
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.
German retailer Kaufland has ended a “decades-long business relationship” with various Unilever brands, insisting that the consumer goods giant is attempting to use its “dominant market position” to impose “drastic price increases” and “unilateral changes...