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Healthy baked goods brand Modern Baker has received a £763,000 grant from Innovate UK to lead a two-year research and development project into improving the nutritional quality of bread.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
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.
A recent study conducted by Nestlé Breakfast Cereals has revealed consumers’ confusion as to how much whole grain we should be consuming every day.
According to 10 Key Trends in Food, Nutrition and Health 2018, the annual trends report from New Nutrition Business, consumers’ quest for better carbohydrates and fewer carbohydrates is creating a wealth of opportunities.
IOI Loders Croklaan Europe has launched Presdough 270 SB, a shea-based palm oil alternative for use in bakery products.
Supplier of acacia gum, Alland & Robert recently asked polling organisation Toluna to carry out a survey in the USA, UK, Japan and Germany to find out how much consumers know about acacia gum.
We have just celebrated National Free From Week (26 September-2 October) in the UK and although the likes of dairy-, sugar- and gluten-free choices are expanding, recent research reveals there is still a gap in the market for gluten-free alternatives to some of the nation’s favourite products.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched a new metal detection platform.
The first half of 2017 saw exports of all UK food and drink grow to £10.2bn, up 8.5% on H1 2016. This represents the highest first half exports value on record.
ADM Milling, a business unit of Archer Daniels Midland Company has extended its portfolio of flours and bakery ingredients with the launch of its new multiseed concentrate with ancient grains in the UK
It’s not all that long ago that sports nutrition and protein products were considered the preserve of athletes and bodybuilders. These days, however, it seems everyone wants a slice of the action.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has announced the shortlist for the Food and Drink Federation Awards 2017.
New research from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) shows that one in ten 14-16 year olds in the UK believe that tomatoes grow underground, and a quarter of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants.