These are all the posts that have been tagged with food.
So this week we learn that London mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that ‘junk’ food advertising will be banned on public transport in the capital from next February, following a consultation earlier this year.
A report has found that global sales of premium bottled water reached US$16.5 billion at consumer prices in 2017, 48% more than in 2012.
International flavour and fragrance group Givaudan has launched Mista, a new innovation platform for the food industry that will enable start-ups and established corporations to optimise ideas, products, people and investments.
The Food Standards Agency has published the results of a survey of local authorities (LAs) across three countries designed to assess how they plan and prioritise their food standards work, the resources and capacity they have and how they measure the success of their programmes.
UK-based Huel has announced the launch of its Huel Ready-to-drink, which it says is a nutritionally complete meal, pre-blended for convenience in two flavours – vanilla and berry.
Nestlé has revealed its stockpiling plans as it warns of “severe consequences” of a no-deal Brexit next March.
KHS has announced the winner of its student awards for innovative packaging designs.
The diaries of food and drink industry folk, myself included, are always packed at this time of year.
British consumers are increasingly moving towards organic food but the industry must work together to capitalise on the full growth potential of organic in the UK, delegates at the recent UK Organic Congress were told.
Ingredient specialist J O Sims has launched Crunchy Cranberries by Ocean Spray in the UK.
Nigel Broadhurst, chairman of the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) board, celebrated the success of the frozen food industry during his speech at the Federation’s Annual Luncheon.
Givaudan has been developing new flavour ingredients in response to the global drive towards sugar reduction.
Ardo has upgraded its processing plants with PolarVision technology to continue ensuring food safety and quality of its products.
Here is your weekly round-up of shelf-life news