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A Plastic Free Trust Mark has been launched in a move that is hoped will revolutionise how shoppers buy their food and drink.
A scientific study by professor Daniel König and his team at the Department of Sports and Sport Sciences of the University of Freiburg, Germany, has shown that with a pre-load of Palatinose endurance athletes “maintained a more stable blood glucose profile and higher fat oxidation, which resulted in improved cycling performance compared with maltodextrin.”
Public Health England (PHE) has published the first assessment of progress on the government’s sugar reduction programme, measuring how far the food industry has gone towards reducing the sugar children consume through every day foods.
Public Health England (PHE) has published new guidelines for the drinks industry to reduce the amount of sugar children consume through milk based drinks and juices.
According to data compiled by Swinton Business in its Industry Trends Report, the UK beverage manufacturing industry has seen substantial growth, with the overall number of registered businesses almost doubling in just seven years.
According to new research published by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP, UK food and drink manufacturers are feeling the pinch of Brexit uncertainty but are striding ahead with investment plans to boost productivity, automation and new product development.
Dr Mark Wareing discusses the use of preservatives in soft drinks.
The Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show welcomed 10,039 attendees from 91 countries to its London ExCeL venue from 22-23 April.
Over 40 of the UK’s top food innovators have made it through to the final of The FoodTalk Awards 2018.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Westons Cider has launched its third annual Cider Report ahead of the 2018 summer cider season, revealing a series of new opportunities for drinks retailers across both the UK’s on and off trade.
In a recent report published on the impact of Brexit on the processed food and drink sector, the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee says a no-deal would be disastrous for UK exports and must be avoided at all costs.
It has been a big week for retail news, with the proposed Sainsbury’s/Asda merger getting a lot of attention.
Recent research carried out by Ingredion has revealed that the food industry can no longer afford to ignore the influence of technology on consumer buying habits as ‘webrooming’ becomes widespread.