Snack sales are surging as innovation in the category focuses on satisfying cravings with an increasingly diverse range of options. Start-up Made for Drink has a unique proposition, developing up-market snacks that pair with alcoholic tipples. We spoke...
Significant investment is required to get innovative protein start-ups off the ground. So what are investors looking for when deciding to bankroll new talent? And what do they predict for the future of protein? Cargill and S2G Ventures weigh in.
How should you begin an elevator pitch, and what raises red flags for potential investors? FoodNavigator-USA editor Elaine Watson headed to Chicago to quiz the judges at Rabobank's FoodBytes! pitch competition.
In this week's round-up of hot new products hitting the shelves in Europe, we bring you details of a plant-based sausage that claims to deliver the 'sizzle' of its meaty counterparts through a ground-breaking algae skin.
As we see a shift towards ‘clean’, ‘cultured’ and ‘lab-grown’ meat, what does this mean for the popularity of traditional meat consumption? Has the new meat revolution really taken off? And is it the end of meat as we know it today? We take a look with...
Bell Flavors & Fragrances is launching a range of natural hemp flavours and botanical hemp extracts in Europe. We spoke to the company about what is driving hemp, how the trend has developed and which categories are best-placed to capitalise.
Perry Court Farm is selling fruit bars made from just two ingredients: apples and raspberries. Director Charlie Fermor says he uses a slow drying technique to retain the fruits’ natural flavour while ensuring a long shelf life.
Consumer interest in clean label or natural ingredients continues to rise. However, given our finite natural resources, is this inhibiting the development of products that could be better for the environment?