Scientists at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) have been working with University of Sheffield, Innovate UK and WET Group to find a way to create drinks that do not need sugar or additives.
StePac’s new MA/MH technology has improved food safety and environmental rewards for the long-haul transport of fresh broccoli and other vegetables.
Givaudan hosted the global innovation consortium, Plant Meat Matters, on 11-12 July at its newly opened flagship Innovation Centre in Zurich.
The BNF has published its updated 5532 guide, a resource about portion size and healthy eating focussed on toddlers, which includes new information on free sugars, and more advice on vegetarian and vegan diets.
Givaudan and Bühler have announced a development partnership to accelerate market access for food start-ups in Switzerland.
AESSEAL is now offering the world’s first IECEx compliant short canister mixer seal range for potentially hazardous food environments such as bakeries (due to the combustibility of flour) and sugar refineries.
More than €100 million (£89mn) worth of potentially dangerous food and drink was seized in the latest Operation OPSON, co-ordinated by Europol’s Intellectual Property Crime Co-ordinated Coalition and Interpol.
FEMA has issued GRAS approval for Vitosa natural flavours, a new line of stevia products from HB Natural Ingredients.
A new law will require food businesses to include full ingredients labelling on pre-packaged foods, in a drive to protect the country’s two million food allergy sufferers.