A collaboration between SICK and AutoCoding Systems has resulted in the launch of a fully-automatic smart vision inspection system for printed coding and marking on food and beverage packaging.
Choices International has presented its new and fully revised criteria for healthier food choices to Dr. Francesco Branca of the World Health Organisation (WHO).
One in four consumers believes vegetarian products should not be allowed to have meat-related names like sausage or burger, a survey has found.
The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) has responded on behalf of its 130 members to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s proposals to change the use of dairy names for plant-based alternatives.
With news of tougher food labelling laws being proposed to prevent further deaths of people with allergies, new research has found that a staggering 55% of UK consumers have unintentionally consumed food restricted from their diet.
Allergen food labels are a source of confusion for today’s Brits according to latest research from Mintel, as only 37% of consumers agree that it is easy to identify which allergens a product is free from by its label.
Swiss food manufacturer Coop has selected NiceLabel, a global developer of label design software and label management systems, to help it improve accuracy of labelling and food safety and streamline its labelling processes at its factories and in-store bakeries.
While I will always defend the industry in its continued efforts to help point consumers in the right direction when it comes to a healthy, balanced diet, I’ll also speak out when I believe it has acted irresponsibly.