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Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news. To submit an item for inclusion, please contact Carly Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The snacks industry remains extremely buoyant. According to the Snack, Nut and Crisp Manufacturers Association, in the UK alone the savoury snacks industry was estimated to be worth £3,229 million in 2013.
Royal DSM has collaborated on a modelling case study to assess the public health benefit of salt reduction.
As I wrote last week, sugar has been high on the food and drink agenda this year, and the debate shows no signs of abating.
Thousands of visitors flocked to France’s Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre yesterday as Food ingredients Europe 2015 opened its doors.
Innovations from 19 food and beverage companies have been shortlisted as finalists in the Fi Europe innovation awards.
Fi Europe has issued a final call for registrations ahead of the 1-3 December event in Paris.
Public Health England (PHE) has this week published an evidence review of a range of measures to reduce sugar consumption across the nation.
One of the fastest growing US snack bars KIND Snacks attended the Lunch! show ahead of its UK launch this October.
Healthy world food brand Mini nom nom’s exhibited at September’s Lunch! show in London.
Innovate UK launches a competition to fund up to £10 million in collaborative R&D projects aimed at reducing sugar, salt and fat and increasing dietary fibre in food and drink. It hopes to stimulate the availability of healthier food and drink choices for consumers and open up new market opportunities for the British food industry. […]
In an attempt to tackle the problem of watery cottage cheese, Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a new clean label protein solution, which is simply added to the dressing (cream) that is combined with the curds to make cottage cheese.
Global report reveals new opportunities available as a result of the reductions in sugar, salt and fat levels in the market.
Snack Foods, a new market update from market intelligence provider Key Note, reports that the UK snack foods market grew by 29.7% between 2010 and 2014.