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Consumers confused about food and health

In a survey of 2,000 consumers in the UK, US, Spain and Australia, carried out by New Nutrition Business, 79% of consumers revealed that they find messages surrounding health, food and nutrition confusing.

Nitrite-free bacon to launch in UK

In a major development that has been hailed by a top UK food scientist, Naked Bacon will be the first of its kind to be made without cancer-causing chemicals.

A happy and healthy new year

Happy New Year readers, I trust you all enjoyed the festive season. With many new year’s resolutions being made to make healthier choices, Public Health England (PHE) is also using the start of 2018 to urge parents to help their children make healthier choices.

Flow of innovation

Flow wrapping technology is sealing the future for packaging, writes Peter Miller

The look of love

There are few who would dispute that good looking products sell better than those that have lesser visual appeal. This is certainly true in the food sector, which is why a relatively modest investment in food depositors and dispensing systems can pay big dividends. Steve Benton explains

Festive spirit

It’s a quick one from me this week, somewhere in between the madness of Christmas and the preparations for New Year’s Eve, but I’ll keep it festive.

EHL Ingredients foretells top foods for 2018

EHL Ingredients predicts that vegan and gluten-free food ingredients are set to dominate menus and supermarket shelves in 2018 as consumers diversify their eating habits to suit modern lifestyles, diets and fitness, and healthy eating trends.

Can-do attitude

The topic of waste – be it food, packaging, water, ingredient or environmental – has remained an important focus for the food and drink sector throughout the year.

Key ingredients to watch in 2018

Green banana flour is among the four key ingredients that are expected to excel across Europe in 2018, new research suggests, as consumer appetite for new ingredients is strong.