‘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 […]
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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, […]
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.
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.
Swiss food giant Nestlé is to explore strategic options for its US confectionery business, including a potential sale.
Coffee brand, Limitless Life has launched with a line of the world’s first nootropic coffee.
This month will see the launch of a new canned alcoholic beverage, HappyDown.
The Milk Manifesto has been launched today as people across the country are celebrating World Milk Day.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has announced that it has begun sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable sources, furthering its commitment to sustainable manufacturing in the UK.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news. To submit an item for inclusion, please contact Carly Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Growing concern for the environment, combined with consumer preference for healthy living, is driving increased trust in glass as the ultimate packaging choice for food and drinks.
Half of consumers are actively reducing their alcohol intake, with 40% of those surveyed stating that their change in habit comes as a result of health concerns, reports Kerry Taste and Nutrition.
We reported last week that UK consumers incorrectly believe the sugar levy, approved for sugar sweetened soft drinks, applies to far more products.
Action on Sugar has today (12 May) released its six-point manifesto, in which it calls on the next government to extend the soft drinks levy to confectionery.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has announced political columnist and broadcaster Steve Richards as the guest speaker for its Food and Drink Industry Dinner on Monday 12 June 2017.