Low calorie sweeteners have a bad reputation – but frequent consumers use them as a means to control cravings and cut calories, suggesting that they could be an important public health tool, a researcher suggests.
It’s not the yuck factor that is holding back insects in the West but the lack of culinary identity and authenticity, argues a Dutch researcher, and a multi-stakeholder approach is needed to create this.
Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages in developed markets such as Europe, where demand is growing. But the price of coffee beans reached its lowest level in 12 years. There is broad agreement that this situation is unsustainable: but what is the...
The rise in global trade wars and the recent EU decision to classify new plant breeding techniques (NPBTs) as genetically modified organisms will inevitably impact food safety and quality, experts warn.
Chestnuts can add creaminess to dairy-free products, work well in gluten-free bakery and are naturally sweet allowing for sugar reduction, giving them massive potential beyond Christmas, says supplier Porter Foods.
South Korea’s STX Corporation is launching a new brand – Méshil – in the French market. The brand’s founder, Donghyun Won, says they want to bring this traditional Korean plum-based beverage “to the world”.
In his first international interview as Chr. Hansen chief executive, Mauricio Graber explains why he feels the company is uniquely positioned to capitalise on global mega trends shaping the food and beverage sectors.
Multinational food group Unilever has been fined a total of €27m by Greek antitrust authorities for anti-competitive behaviour. The fine comes amidst a row over whether large food corporations should be ‘protected’ from retailers by proposed regulations...
The latest products hitting the shelves in Europe reflect the concerns of an increasingly adventurous consumer base. Recent introductions range from celebrity-backed protein bars made from worms to better-for-you confectionery balls that are made without...
The European Commission (EC) intends to authorise for the first time a health claim arising from the combined effects of a number of substances, in a decision that affects firms backing the synergistic effect of nutrients in their products.