By Bruce Friedrich, executive director of the Good Food Institute
Activists should take a pragmatic approach and be willing to work with 'big food' in order to support an increase in consumption of plant-based options, Good Food Institute (GFI) executive director Bruce Friedrich suggests.
Pfeifer & Langen – the German sugar company and Intersnack owner - has taken a stake in European plant protein innovator Amidori. FoodNavigator caught up with the people behind the deal to find out more.
While its essential for healthy ageing, protein’s ability to repair and grow the body only scratches the surface of the nutrient’s potential. Nandi Proteins is one of the companies exploring that potential.
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.
Ingredient start-up Planetarians produces a plant-based protein from up-cycled defatted sunflower seeds. Founder and CEO Aleh Manchuliantsau reveals that the group has been working with European food majors Barilla and Amadori to develop high-protein,...
Nestlé launches its first ever Milkybar milk and white chocolate offering, cricket-based crackers hit UK shelves, and Red Date superfruits get a dark chocolate makeover. FoodNavigator brings you the latest new product development trends in Europe.
As health and wellness and snacking trends emerge as leading influences in the packaged food industry, we explore how food manufacturers and brands can appeal to consumer needs in this competitive landscape.
Wakame seaweed, moringa and lotus root are amongst the ingredients that will help reduce the environmental impact of food production and improve public health, according to a new report published by Unilever-owned Knorr.
Cultured meat might not be the answer to climate change some hope because in the current energy system the benefits of reducing methane could be outweighed by increased carbon dioxide emissions, new research suggests.