These are all the posts that have been tagged with natural.
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.
Aimia Foods has announced the launch of Levi Roots Caribbean Snack Pots, and says it’s in response to consumer demand for ethnic foods.
The UK-based Lancashire Farm dairy company has recorded a boost in sales after a brand makeover, having been the first UK yogurt brand to commit to using exclusively free-range milk.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has launched a range of African Super-Teas.
The level of vegan based food launches has more than doubled over the past five years, according to latest international research.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Britvic has announced a ‘positioning’ revamp for its Purdey’s drink, supported by a seasonal campaign that it says will help grow demand for healthier energy drinks this summer.
Ball Corporation has collaborated with Attila Hildmann Empire GmbH to produce a new range of cans for its organic drink Daisho.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has revealed the launch of a new range of Superfood Energy Bars.
Nestlé has vowed to improve the welfare of millions of chickens used for food in Europe under several of its brands.
Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East is launching its CrownConnect technology in conjunction with FACT – an all-natural sparkling drink. Each can will be marked with a 2D unique scannable code.
With summer around the corner, Mintel’s global analysts predict four food and drink trends consumers can expect at parties and celebrations this sunshine season, as it publishes its 2018 Summer Food & Drink Trends.
Ten of the UK’s leading independent food and drink manufacturers took part in the first Santander trade mission to Singapore where they had the chance to meet with some of the country’s largest supermarket chains and leading buyers and distributors.
A Welsh consortium has secured £350,000 of research and development funding to help tackle childhood obesity using apples.