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Shoppers may avoid buying meat if they cannot be sure it has been produced in the UK, amid concerns that standards on imported food will slip following Brexit, according to new research.
Healthy and well-balanced diets have been a constant hit for many years. More consumers are paying attention to a health-conscious diet and increasingly resorting to products with as little sugar as possible.
There’s been much hoo-ha this week over a study from consumer group Which? that revealed a number of brands of vanilla ice cream contain neither vanilla nor cream.
Industrial Labelling Systems (ILS) has unveiled an automated pallet labelling solution for the food industry whichit says can boost operational efficiency by performing equally well at minus 20˚C as at room temperature.
New research from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) reveals that 43% of adults surveyed admit that they find it difficult to find reliable information on healthy diets, with changing information, messages and advice from media and experts being the biggest causes for confusion (76% and 61% respectively).
Primera Technology, manufacturer of specialised digital colour printers, has announced LX910e, its newest desktop colour label printer.
A Plastic Free Trust Mark has been launched in a move that is hoped will revolutionise how shoppers buy their food and drink.
Supermarkets in the UK are ramping up their efforts to tackle waste, with news this week that Tesco is to scrap some ‘best before’ labels in a bid to reduce food waste, while Morrisons is encouraging customers to bring in their own containers for purchases at its meat and fish counters to tackle plastic waste.
According to new research from Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD), Europe accounted for over half (57%) of all private label launches with premium claims globally in 2017.
Manufacturer of plastic products IPL Plastics is launching two new sizes of containers for the food industry. Both container sizes are said to be tamper evident and IML capable, for products such as soup, sauce, dips and gravy in the UK and Europe.
According to a Cranswick report, published in association with sustainability consultant Veris Strategies, growing consumer demand for new levels of transparency are set to disrupt the food industry in the wake of continued food scares.
Daniela Verhaeg explains how food manufacturers can integrate advanced product inspection technologies into their production processes to ensure consistency and repeatability at all times.
According to a new survey published by the Food Standards Agency, only 15% of men in Northern Ireland know their daily calorie intake compared to 44% of women.
Stephen Harding looks at how the food health revolution is affecting the food processing industry