Sustainability

Eco-labels could 'overwhelm' consumers - study

Eco-labels could 'overwhelm' consumers - study

By Rod Addy

The number of eco-labels seems to be bamboozling consumers and the trade, according to joint research by the International Institute for Management Development and the Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne.

Tofu is one of the most popular meat analog variants

Special edition: Meat alternatives

Firm growth for meat substitute products

By Rod Addy and Nathan Gray

The total market for analogs and meat free products is set to rise by 4.4%, from €2.85bn to €3.54bn, in the next five years, according to exclusive data from market analyst RTS Resource.

EU sugar quota supports ‘quasi monopoly’

EU sugar quota supports ‘quasi monopoly’

By Rod Addy

The EU sugar industry benefits from a “quasi monopoly” situation as a result of the current EU sugar quota system, according to the European Starch Industry Association, Association de Amidonniers et Feculiers (AAF).

PureCircle shores up stevia supplies

PureCircle shores up stevia supplies

By Rod Addy

PureCircle has diversified its supplies of stevia leaf, enabling it to step up global growth plans and defend its supply chain against future issues.

Palm oil-free may be emerging trend

Palm oil-free may be emerging trend

By Rod Addy

A shift towards palm oil-free foods and ingredients could be an emerging trend in Europe, according to market analysts.

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