Chr Hansen Natural Colors now offers a colouring foods turmeric that can be used across applications such as confectionery, ice cream, snacks, bakery and meals.
A study of 2,000 adults by vegan food manufacturer Gosh! has revealed consumer misconceptions surrounding plant-based foods.
Kerry, the taste and nutrition company, has launched a new range of beverage concepts designed to boost businesses for winter 2020, following an in-depth analysis of consumer trends.
Givaudan’s Flavour division will become Taste & Wellbeing to reflect the company’s expanded product offering and to align with its new “committed to growth, with purpose” strategy.
Kröner-Stärke has developed a wide range of versatile spelt products at its all-natural processing facility, providing the food sector with spelt gluten, starches, flours and pre-gelatinised spelt starches.
In the wake of Covid-19, more consumers are looking to lose weight, something that will place renewed emphasis on the health and wellness industry on helping consumers achieve these goals.
A study of children aged between 4 and 11, conducted by UK malt loaf snack company Soreen, has revealed that biscuits, crisps and chocolate bars remain the most popular snacking choices among youngsters.
OGGS Aquafaba is a ready-to-pour liquid egg alternative that reportedly whips, whisks and binds just like egg whites.
As we arrive at a new understanding of the food ingredients that contribute positive benefits to our health, consumers are gaining a new appreciation of California walnuts.
California walnuts are gaining popularity in 2020 with manufacturers and foodservice operators who are seeking quality ingredients to replace meat in packaged products and menu dishes.
The Sustainable Food Trust has said that, in order to reduce associated rainforest destruction, UK livestock farmers could use more local alternatives to soya and palm kernel meal, and consumers would do better to switch to cows milk.
According to data from Innova Market Insights’ Global New Product Introductions report, almonds maintained their top spot for the fifth year running.