Convenience foods eaten on the run continue to experience strong
growth as individuals skip the union meal for a solitary event but
new findings from the US suggest that the security of a family meal
could help steer adolescent girls...
Britons are already the Europeans most likely to skip meals on a
regular basis - a trend which has made them the snacking champions
of Europe - but a new report suggests that irregular mealtimes are
likely to become even more widespread...
Winners of the inaugural 'Ireland The Food Island Food & Drink
Industry Awards' were announced Friday, which included Kerry,
Glanbia and Dew Valley for categories as diverse as environmental
best practice, innovation...
In a market valued at €140 billion, the consumption of food and
drink in the European workplace provides manufacturers with the
potential to create products that meet three key criteria -
quality, convenience and health.
Lock Inspection Systems' 3f triple frequency detector for food
processing applications will be making its first appearance at
Anuga Foodtec this year. The Triple frequency detection is the
latest in several hi-tech features introduced...
Hectic lifestyles and increased snacking are reducing the average
office worker to ‘desk-dining’, reveals a new report from Reuters
Business Insight that examines our current lunchtime eating habits.
While the French like a tipple...
Les Petits Voyageurs, a range of four lunchboxes designed to help
children get a balanced meal and parents to provide them with it
with the minimum of fuss, is one of the most innovative products
launched at this week's SIAL...
The UK snacks sector is coming under increasing pressure from
competing markets with sugar and chocolate confectionery
particularly hard hit by the consumer desire for a healthier
lifestyle, according to a new report from market analysts...
The trend away from traditional eating patterns and towards
undisciplined dietary chaos continues to gain pace in the Western
world. According to new study from market analysts Datamonitor,
breakfast, lunch and dinner are no longer...