San Francisco-based Guittard Chocolate Company has invested in farmer training to preserve chocolate flavours from cocoa growing regions and advance its sustainability mission, director of marketing Amy Guittard told FoodNavigator.
Global food and beverage giant Nestle has published its second round of supplier lists for public perusal in an industry-first move towards total supply chain transparency, revealing Oceania, Malaysia and Indonesia as its biggest APAC suppliers so far.
In this week's NPD trend tracker, FoodNavigator profiles some of the most interesting new products to hit the shelves across Europe. From big brand innovation, such as Nestlé's new Llama coloured Smarties, to start-up launches including Rokit's...
Shoppers that purchase around 40-80% of goods on special offer have a greater chance of being obese, says Cancer Research UK, which is pushing for restrictions on price promotions for less healthy products.
The Welsh Government revealed plans to pump an additional £22m into the food and drink industry last week at Taste Wales, an event promoting Welsh food to more than 200 domestic and international buyers.
The fresh food sector may well be the hardest hit when the UK withdraws from the EU, with a no-deal Brexit potentially costing the UK food industry €1.3bn, according to market research provider, Euromonitor International.
The European Commission has granted a conditional extension to the Article 50 deadline, import duty on brown rice has risen to €60 per tonne, and Mexican spirit drink Tequila has been accepted into the EU register of protected geographical indications....
Ex-model Heather Mills speaks to FoodNavigator about the expansion of her company VBites, which recently acquired a facility in northeast England for the manufacture of meat-free vegan meat substitutes for the global market.
The Fair Trade Advocacy Office has called on the European Commission and European Parliament to help boost the uptake of Fair Trade at a local level, which FTAO director Sergi Corbalán says could incite the food and beverage industry to source a larger...
The European agri-food sector says it supports a Brexit extension until 30 June on the condition it helps avoid “a non-orderly Brexit” – as is expected if the UK drops out without a deal next Friday 29 March.