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Pink Lady backs Great Fruit Adventure

UK fresh produce brand Pink Lady has given its backing to the Great Fruit Adventure, a 10,000 mile journey to tell children more about where their food comes from.

Posted 21 September 2016

Growth opportunities for 100% juice predicted

The market for 100% juice should return to growth despite global economic slowdown and the recent debate around sugar, finds Tetra Pak’s 100% Juice Index report.

Posted 20 September 2016

Tighter traceability urged in light of contaminated chicken scare

InfinityQS is calling on retailers to look beyond their own organisations and take greater control across their supply chains when it comes to food traceability, in light of recent findings that one in four chicken samples bought from major UK supermarket chains contain E coli.

Posted 20 September 2016

Round-Up: Shelf Life

Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.

Posted 20 September 2016

Cholesterol friendly peanut butter spread

Peanut butter spread brand Whole Earth – owned by Wessanen UK – has expanded its portfolio with a launch that helps to support normal cholesterol levels as part of a varied, well balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Posted 19 September 2016

No added sugar milk innovation

After more than two years in development, Yazoo, the flavoured milk drink brand from FrieslandCampina, is introducing No Added Sugar.

Posted 16 September 2016

Poultry industry outlook

The global poultry industry is on the road to recovery, according to Rabobank’s Global Poultry Quarterly for Q3 2016.

Posted 16 September 2016

Double Decker goes dinky

Cadbury has launched Cadbury Dinky Deckers, bringing one of its best selling singles brands to the chocolate bags category.

Posted 15 September 2016

Meat company launches into retail

Devon, UK based The Well Hung Meat Company has launched its range of fresh, organic meat into the retail sector.

Posted 15 September 2016

Opportunity for savoury snacks among Russian men

Currently, the average Russian man consumes savoury snacks less often than his female counterpart, presenting new opportunities for manufacturers to appeal to indulgence seeking men, says Canadean.

Posted 15 September 2016