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SIG has developed Plant 360 Controller – a new digital monitoring and control solution to optimise every angle of filling plant operations to help food and beverage manufacturers overcome new levels of production challenges.
SIG is showcasing how waste can be turned into something useful through an ‘eco-canteen’ made almost entirely from used beverage cartons.
A consumer survey has found many are confused about what foods are good for digestive health.
Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars, is set to turn its Soho, London store 100% plant-based for the entire month of January as part of Veganuary.
A report from experts at the Royal Agricultural University shows how British farmers “battled hard” to bring Christmas dinner to our tables this year, due to the heatwave’s effect on crops and livestock.
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.
An auction that will see the processing machinery and equipment of the Linwoods Dairy in Armagh going under the hammer later this month is attracting international attention.
A new report from WRAP has highlighted that 330,000 tonnes of milk are wasted each year – equivalent to 7% of all milk produced and worth £150 million.
Food and beverage processing solutions firm JBT has announced the launch of a processing system which has been specially adapted to meet demand for smaller pack sizes in emerging markets.
Continued consumer interest in protein has led Epi Ingredients to launch its first protein concentrate.
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.
Dark will meet milk in a new Cadbury’s range which is set to deliver the brand’s richest and creamiest bar yet.
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.
A change in breakfast routine may provide benefits for the management of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science.