These are all the posts that have been tagged with food.
One of New Zealand’s top dairy companies needed to safely transport flow packs of cheese without decreasing the accessibility of the production lines. In addition, they had to keep the delicate flow packs unscathed and preferred a minimum number of transfers. AmbaFlex had the perfect answer for them with the unique, compact Portal ONE solution, […]
Last year, the largest contributor to chocolate NPD was seasonal launches, accounting for 25 per cent. More than one quarter of those seasonal launches (28 per cent) were positioned for Easter, highlighting the popularity of chocolate eggs and bunnies – I certainly indulged in some Easter chocolate over the weekend, and I’m sure many of you did the same.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
UK food and drink businesses have until 28 April 2017 to submit entries for this year’s Food and Drink Federation (FDF) Awards.
Sensient Flavors has introduced fat soluble flavours for fillings in bakery, confectionery and dairy applications.
The Weetabix Food Company is set to be acquired by Post Holdings, a US consumer packaged goods holding company, for £1.4 billion.
Food technology company Unavoo, in partnership with its investor ED&F Man, is launching a new product that will fully eliminate added sugar and artificial sweeteners from food and drinks.
PepsiCo has announced an open call for entrepreneurs to take part in the PepsiCo Nutrition Greenhouse, a collaborative incubator programme designed to nurture the growth of emerging nutrition and health and wellness brands in the food and beverage sector.
While packaging is often penalised for its contribution to the waste issue, industry has long been championing it as part of the solution to food waste, rather than part of the problem – so it’s pleasing to see UK government recognising the role of packaging in protecting both products and human health, as well as preventing food waste, in its new anti littering strategy.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Mondelēz International has unveiled four new finished production lines, the result of a £75 million investment, at its Bournville site in Birmingham.
Business secretary Greg Clark MP and UK food and drink industry chief executives will come together at the Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF) forthcoming Convention to address the triple challenges of Brexit, obesity and the new industrial strategy.
The PFF Packaging Group, which was established in 1993, employs a total of 240 people and is the UK’s largest independent producer of thermoformed plastic food packaging. Here, managing director Andy Bairstow predicts that owner managed companies are the ones to watch as they are able to react more quickly and more flexibly to customers’ needs.
As global consumers’ attitudes towards soft drinks grow increasingly negative due to their high levels of sugar, calories and ‘artificial’ ingredients, new opportunities are arising for companies to diversify their portfolios, according to GlobalData.
No longer a category sought only by consumers who avoid animal products for ethical reasons, the popularity of vegan has been expanding across all categories. In food and drink, the rise of vegan was evident at The Natural Food Show, held earlier this week in London.