These are all the posts that have been tagged with healthy.
Greenway Farms is the South African leading carrot farmer, delivering more than 200 tonnes of Rugani brand carrots a day. The business started in 1992 as a small farmer growing different types of vegetables for the South African National Fresh Produce Market. In 2000, owners Vito Rugani and Vincent Sequeira decided to specialise in carrot […]
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Highlights of MeetingPack2017 included packaging natural and healthy products with sensory quality, food waste reduction and respect for the environment.
On 21 June, the Queen’s Speech was delivered in the House of Lords chamber, outlining the current government’s agenda to the members of parliament.
Healthy biscuit brand BelVita is adding another duo to its UK range with the launch of Duo Crunch Chocolate Hazelnut.
Graze has launched energy fuelled Protein Bites in three flavours: Banana, Cocoa Vanilla and Honey & Seed.
The natural food flavours market is a dynamic and expanding market due to the increasing consumer demand for natural, healthy, new and sustainable products. Natural flavours in concentrate form are used in food and beverages in order to enhance the taste and quality of the products. However, using thermal evaporation during the concentration stage leads […]
The natural food flavors market is a dynamic and expanding market due to the increasing consumer demand for natural, healthy, new and sustainable products.
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.
Scientists investigating milk and dairy consumption have largely found no association with obesity in children and adolescents.
The Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) has released a new Sustainable Food System Framework: A Focus on Food Sustainability report.
The Carlsberg Group has launched its sustainability programme, Together Towards ZERO, with targets which will run up until 2030.
New research from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) shows that one in ten 14-16 year olds in the UK believe that tomatoes grow underground, and a quarter of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants.
The Dairy Council has announced the launch of a month long roadshow in cities across the UK, which will showcase the latest research and insights on dairy, nutrition and health.
The Milk Manifesto has been launched today as people across the country are celebrating World Milk Day.