From fudge flavours inspired by the school tuck shop, to turmeric and mango muesli, and exotic ice cream championing Australian macadamia and salted caramel. FoodNavigator brings you the latest new product development trends in Europe.
Cargill has said it will source 60% of its red seaweed sustainably by 2025. Building “resilience” into a supply chain on the sharp end of climate change will be key to securing long-term supply, sustainability manager James Ede explains.
Consumer goods retailers and manufacturers are making ‘good progress’ on their ambition to enable consumers to make healthier lifestyle choices, according to a new report from the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF).
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.
Nestlé is launching a new variety of Nesquik in Europe. In a move indicative of its global commitments on single-use plastics, Nestlé is rolling Nesquik All Natural out in an innovative new paper packaging material that is plastic-free and fully recyclable.
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.
Fresh research has found only one in three UK consumers have a ‘good understanding’ of what makes a healthy diet. While there is an appetite to know more, consumers are left confused by conflicting and often inaccurate advice, The Institute for Optimum...
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.
As February draws to a close, Nestlé launches recyclable breakfast cereal boxes, Unilever and Ferrero bring Kinder ice cream to the UK, and a Welsh bakery champions historical legends in a range of packaged breads. FoodNavigator brings you the latest...
The Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV has launched two research projects focused on lowering the level of saturated fatty acids in foods by 30% without using chemical additives and replacing palm oil with healthier alternatives.
This month sees the nationwide launch of KitKat Ruby in retailers across the UK and spring water packaged in eco-friendly cartons – sealed using caps made from sugarcane. FoodNavigator brings you the latest new product development trends to hit supermarket...