These are all the posts that have been tagged with labelling.
We often report on initiatives to tackle the food waste problem, including the likes of food redistribution charities, which aim to pass on rather than waste incorrectly labelled, over ordered or over supplied food as well as obsolete seasonal stock, and food surplus supermarkets, such as Denmark’s WeFood, which sells cut price produce that is past its sell by date but perfectly edible.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) is the latest organisation with an interest in materials recycling to join the UK-based On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) scheme.
Increased quality and a greater focus on digitisation in factories are two key trends identified in a recent global survey of 120 decision makers in the international food and beverage industry.
Waste reduction charity WRAP has published new labelling guidance to give consumers more consistent storage and date label advice.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published Industry Guidance on Setting Product Shelf Life.
The European dairy sector has closely followed the recent discussions on the proposal for a new labelling scheme developed by six international food and drink companies, ‘Evolved Nutrition Label Initiative’ (ENL).
Mary Quinlan looks at the problems associated with RA purity and how these can be overcome with certain sweeteners
Dr Dagmar Ortlepp and Paul O’Mahony look beyond the beverage and explore how drinking occasions are boosting innovation
Research institute Campden BRI is inviting companies to join research into the evaluation of viable routes for sugar and fat reduction in chocolate and related products.
Campden BRI is inviting ingredient suppliers, chocolate manufacturers and manufacturers of processing equipment to join research into the evaluation of viable routes for sugar and fat reduction in chocolate and related products.
We recently reported that Action on Sugar had criticised cereal brands for failing to include Department of Health endorsed, colour coded traffic light, front of pack (FOP) nutrition labelling, despite some products containing levels of sugar that would equate to a red label.
Welsh liquid milk processor Tomlinson’s Dairies has invested £22 million in Sainsbury’s listings in the UK.
Action on Sugar says ‘healthy’ cereal brands have failed to include Department of Health (DoH) endorsed, colour coded traffic light, front of pack (FOP) nutrition labelling, despite some products containing high levels of sugar – which would equate to a red label.
Molson Coors Brewing Company has announced its sustainability strategy and goals until 2025.