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Concern about sugar is on the rise globally, with nearly half of all consumers saying they are more concerned about overall sugar consumption than they were three years ago, according to a new DSM report.
UK manufacturer of specialist dairy products BV Dairy has begun contract packaging after signing a new long term contract to produce bottled kefir cultured milk drinks.
Dr Dagmar Ortlepp and Paul O’Mahony look beyond the beverage and explore how drinking occasions are boosting innovation
The UK Flavour Association (UKFA) marked its centenary with a gala dinner on 21 September as part of London Flavour Day at Church House, London.
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According to the results of a new Censuswide survey of 500 senior managers and business owners published by specialist tax relief company Catax, three quarters of small and medium-sized British firms in the food manufacturing industry are likely to be eligible for Research & Development (R&D) tax relief.
Orchard Valley Foods and Candeco Confektyr have merged to create a €40 million producer of confections, ingredients and decorations for the food manufacturing, foodservice and retail home baking sectors, as well as international markets.
According to recent data from Innova Market Insights, California almonds were the number one nut used in new products worldwide in 2016, the tenth year that almonds have held the lead position for nuts used in new product introductions.
Mintel research commissioned by PureCircle shows that the use of stevia in food and beverage products is increasing.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Lucy Brice discusses the new age of functional ingredients, and why food and drink products now should be all encompassing to cater for increasingly demanding consumers.
Storck UK is tapping into the growth of sweet snacking occasions and offering an alternative to traditional chocolate confectionery with the launch of its new product, Knoppers.
New research from Mintel reveals that over a quarter (28%) of meat eating Brits have limited their meat consumption in the last six months.
Grains and cereals have been receiving considerable attention globally as ingredients or flavours in chocolate confectionery, presenting opportunities for manufacturers to ramp up innovation.