These are all the posts that have been tagged with food.
Axion has launched a new Design for Recycling service to help increase the recyclability of plastic packaging.
The Hippocratic Post website reports that Britain’s teenage girls are ditching dairy, according to a survey among 2,000 UK adults, including over 1,000 parents, which showed that almost 1 in 5 teenage girls aged 13-19 are drinking less milk than two years ago, and one in six have cut it out of their diets altogether.
Keith Thornhill, head of Food & Beverage, Siemens UK & Ireland, has been appointed as chairman of the Industry Advisory Board for the National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE).
Following the success of its low sugar milk lollies, British ice cream brand Little Jude’s has announced the launch of two new flavoured milk products.
Flavours and fragrances business Givaudan has appointed Louie D’Amico as president of its flavour division.
Clean label starch and flour producer Kröner-Stärke has introduced its new range of clean label wheat proteins to the German and European market.
After agreeing to be acquired in September 2017, Austrian manufacturer of wafer, biscuits and confectionery production systems Haas Group is now officially part of the Bühler Group.
British food tech company It’s Fresh! has secured a $10 million (£7.63m) investment and has entered into a commercial agreement with AgroFresh Solutions.
Those that are participating in Veganuary this year – a bit like Dry January, but instead of giving up alcohol for January, it challenges people to adopt veganism for the month – are already more than one week into their pledges.
Ornua is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Hunter to the new role of managing director of Ornua Foods UK.
Lily O’Brien’s, an Irish manufacturer of premium chocolate and desserts, has agreed to be acquired by Colian Holding for €40 million.
Problems with controlling the storage and discharge of bulk materials is a common occurrence in many industries.
Granola brand Jordans Cereals is launching a new low sugar cereal range that contains less than 5% sugar for health-conscious Brits concerned with the levels of sugar in their food.
The retail frozen food sector finished the year on a high maintaining the growth that saw it exceed the £6 billion milestone for the first time ever in 2017.