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Consumers embrace craft coffee culture

Analysing over 186 million social media posts referencing coffee over the course of two years, Foresight Factory, the consumer analytics company specialising in trends, has identified the key trends of the coffee market for 2017.

Fi Europe bound

I am flying to Frankfurt, Germany today (28 November) for the Fi Europe exhibition, which is running 28-30 November at Messe Frankfurt.

Mintel says Brits are cutting down on yellow fats and edible oils

New research from Mintel reveals that over three in five (62%) Brits who buy butter, spread, oil and fat say they are frying less food at home now compared to a few years ago, while 43% say they are buying fewer bread products and 42% say they are baking less at home.

McLaren invests £3m in Stirling packaging facility

Premium drinks supplier McLaren Packaging has invested £3 million in the construction of a new facility in Stirling, Scotland for subsidiary Blue Box Design, the specialist designer and manufacturer of bespoke presentation boxes for the UK food and drink sectors.

Consumer attitudes to sugar content analysed

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.

BV Dairy moves into contract packaging

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.

What’s the occasion?

Dr Dagmar Ortlepp and Paul O’Mahony look beyond the beverage and explore how drinking occasions are boosting innovation

Round Up: Ingredients

Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.

UK food manufacturers missing out on R&D tax relief

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.