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It was British Sandwich Week last week (14-20 May), but according to Mintel’s recently released British Lifestyles report, which tracks spending across all major consumer markets, bread use is going stale. Just one third (34 per cent) of Brits reporting eating sliced bread at least once a day in 2016 – down from 47 per cent in 2014.
Hydro International will be operating a Hydro MicroScreen at their Ely site in July to demonstrate its screening capability. The Hydro MicroScreen is a low-energy, small footprint rotating belt screen that delivers exceptional solids removal from process water. It can save operators up to 50% in power use and has only one tenth of the […]
Strong business confidence, product innovation and export potential means food and drink manufacturers are expecting revenue growth, despite a year of substantial change and uncertainty, says a new report published by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO.
The nomination categories have been announced for the annual Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT) Awards, with winners to be presented at the society’s annual luncheon in November.
Five teams have been shortlisted to face a panel of industry ‘dragons’ in the Ecotrophelia UK final.
Action on Sugar has today (12 May) released its six-point manifesto, in which it calls on the next government to extend the soft drinks levy to confectionery.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
UK snacking cheese brand Dairylea has unveiled a new addition to its Dunkers range – Dairylea Dunkers Nachos.
Two thirds of UK consumers believe the new soft drink sugar tax also applies to sweets/sugared confectionery, new research suggests.
Rachel’s has announced the launch of its new Greek style Lemon and Gin yogurt, available exclusively in Sainsbury’s stores across the UK to mark its 25-year relationship with the retailer.
The food and drink industry often has to reiterate that a ‘joined up approach’ is more beneficial than the demonisation of sugar, for example, or the food industry as a whole, when tackling the childhood obesity issue.
Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on Shelf Life news.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has set out the five key policies it believes the next government should implement in order for the food and farming sectors to thrive on a global scale.
IFST Sensory Science Group has announced that it will be hosting its annual one-day interactive conference on 22 May 2017 in Nottingham, UK.
The success of private label and the impact of price increases across European countries is driving up value sales of olive oil, according to the latest figures from IRI.
Innovative Bites, the UK supplier and manufacturer of snacks and sweets, has added ‘squeezed’ Elephant pretzels to its healthier snack range.