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Is bread consumption going stale?

It was British Sandwich Week last week (14-20 May), but according to Mintel’s recently released British Lifestyles report, which tracks spending across all major consumer markets, bread use is going stale. Just one third (34 per cent) of Brits reporting eating sliced bread at least once a day in 2016 – down from 47 per cent in 2014.

Hydro MicroScreen demonstration days in Ely, UK

Hydro International will be operating a Hydro MicroScreen at their Ely site in July to demonstrate its screening capability. The Hydro MicroScreen is a low-energy, small footprint rotating belt screen that delivers exceptional solids removal from process water.

Discovering megatrends at Anuga

The motto for this year’s Innovation Food Conference, run by the German Institute for Food Technology and being held during Anuga for the second time (9 October 2017), is ‘Discovering megatrends in food’.

Processing perfect poultry

Yousef Fatayer looks at how x-ray inspection systems can play a pivotal role in keeping poultry safe and production lines efficient.

Arla unveils new global innovation centre

Arla has opened its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark. The centre will play a pivotal role in the company’s collaboration with customers and a key part in the pursuit of Arla’s UK Strategy 2020.

Omega-3 product line expands

Onavita DHA algal oil is the newest addition to ADM’s omega-3 product line, which also includes Onavita ALA from non GMO flaxseed oil.

UK businesses aim high despite Brexit uncertainty

Strong business confidence, product innovation and export potential means food and drink manufacturers are expecting revenue growth, despite a year of substantial change and uncertainty, says a new report published by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO.

SOFHT announces 2017 Awards

The nomination categories have been announced for the annual Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT) Awards, with winners to be presented at the society’s annual luncheon in November.

Bakers rise to the challenge in Scotland

Trade association Scottish Bakers is capitalising on global demand for high quality bakery products, including shortbreads, oatcakes, gingerbread and speciality cakes.

Pick of the pack

Interpack has closed its doors for another three years. The show is reporting a record attendance of 2,865 companies, with 170,500 visitors walking the halls.