Group to focus on food and nutrition ingredients, innovation and product acceleration.
Free-from innovations could help maintain the long-term growth of frozen food, says the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF).
The UK brand is cutting food waste with its new crisps made from vegetables that would otherwise be thrown out because they do not meet standard shape and size requirements.
At the first ever virtual presentation of the FreeFrom Food Awards, Asda was awarded the Product of Year for its Plant Based Sweet Potato Falafel Burgers.
NOMO’s new bar has been created so that nobody with a nut allergy or intolerance need miss out on good chocolate – and they can also enjoy the taste and texture of hazelnuts without fear.
We Love Cake’s popular free-from, Double Chocolate Brownie range is now available to buy directly from a supermarket for the first time ever in Co-op stores.
Sensient Flavors has developed a new Confectionery Toolbox containing the latest ideas and opportunities in confectionery production to help manufacturers stay ahead of the game.
EHL Ingredients has overhauled its production processes to install completely segregated lines for ingredients containing allergens and non-allergen products to meet increased customer demand.
Eurostar Commodities has launched a new range of chapati flours which are gluten free, coeliac friendly, higher in fibre and vegan.
Kirsty’s said the business can now offer retailers a “single product that suits multiple markets” and consumers “mainstream flavours and a tasty, yet nutritious, alternative”.
Free From Functional & Health Ingredients (FFF&HI) saw its biggest year yet when it welcomed more than 7,800 key buyers and decision makers from the free from food, drink and sustainable packaging industries
Free From Functional & Health Ingredients 2019, Europe’s leading innovation platform for the free from, organic, vegan, functional and ingredient food industries takes place next week in Barcelona, 28-29 May.