Snacks

Hospitals urged to stop selling confectionery containing more than 250 calories. ©GettyImages/Marbury

NHS England bans ‘super-sized’ chocolate bars

By Oliver Nieburg

England’s National Health Service (NHS England) has set a 250 calorie limit on confectionery sold in hospital canteens, stores, vending machines and its other outlets.

©iStock/Rombout

EFSA: Modified starches pose no safety concerns

By Will Chu

A dozen modified food starches used to make sauces and pie fillings have received regulatory backing after a re-evaluation found no safety concerns with levels currently used in food products.

Successful start-ups to share their stories at Bread & Jam Fest © iStock/Rawpixel

Leading entrepreneurs share top tips for food start-ups

By Katy Askew

Start-ups have disrupted the food sector, challenging legacy brands and exciting consumers with products that tap into emerging trends. But developing your idea into a winning business is no easy task and for every successful entrepreneur there are many...

Production has already begun at the second site.

Meurens Natural opens €15m factory

By Niamh Michail

Belgian cereal and fruit syrup manufacturer Meurens Natural has doubled its production capacity with a €15 million factory.

Nimisha Raja, founder of Nim's Fruit Crisps

Nim’s Fruit Crisps' unique air-dried proposition is delivering growth

By Katy Askew

Nim’s Fruit Crisps is the only brand in the UK to use an air drying process that delivers a crispy texture and preserves colour without resorting to “artificial sounding” freeze-drying techniques. The company’s founder speaks to FoodNavigator on Nim’s...

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars