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PHE announces next stage of childhood obesity plan

Public Health England (PHE) has announced that it will be evaluating the evidence on children’s calorie consumption and setting the ambition for the calorie reduction programme to remove excess calories from the foods children consume the most.

Redefining functionality

Lucy Brice discusses the new age of functional ingredients, and why food and drink products now should be all encompassing to cater for increasingly demanding consumers.

Arla launches Pure Dairy campaign

Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new Pure Dairy campaign to highlight how its range of Nutrilac dairy ingredients satisfies growing consumer demand for natural products.

Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress 2017

‘Pushing boundaries to develop innovative products for health-savvy consumers’ The 6th Annual Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress is returning in October 2017. With the changing health trend and preference, beverage companies are seeking to optimise recipes. It is also evolving innovations to create new types of drinks with added multiple functions. This year’s programme is […]

Gast Group: drinktec 2017 preview

Gast Group – the leading designer and manufacturer of precision air products and member of IDEX Corporation’s Health & Science Technologies division – will be using its stand at drinktec 2017 to promote its products and services for beverage dispense applications. Traditionally CO2 has been used to operate beer and soft drinks syrup pumps but, […]

Gast Group: Drinktec 2017 Preview

Gast Group – the leading designer and manufacturer of precision air products and member of IDEX Corporation’s Health & Science Technologies division – will be using its stand at drinktec 2017 to promote its products and services for beverage dispense applications.

The big issues

I have attended two events in the last week, the combined themes of which represent three of the major focuses for the food and drink industry at present: waste, obesity and Brexit.

Little and often

We have been discussing the growing trend of ‘snackification’ for some time now, which sees consumers moving away from the traditional three fixed meals a day towards more flexible snacking and grazing occasions.

To tax, or not to tax: that is the taxing question

Just a few weeks ago, I discussed the potential of the soft drinks levy being extended to other food groups, following the release of Action on Sugar’s six-point manifesto which calls for the tax to be extended to confectionery.