89% of Scots have at least one health goal and are actively seeking healthier food according to research by Food and drink Federation (FDF) Scotland with Levercliff.
The Welsh government has awarded £2m to the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) to develop a Food and Drink Packaging Sustainability Centre.
Many nutrition campaigns using individually-targeted health information may may not be taking the best approach in creating real change, according to new research.
App company Ubamarket is calling for smarter shopping after data emerges showing that over 40 million Brits hold supermarkets and manufacturers accountable for the amount of plastic polluting the environment.
Research conducted by industrial gas product experts at Air Products has shown that the amount of carbon dioxide used in Modified Atmosphere Packaging can be reduced to as low as 20% while still maintaining the ability to extend shelf life of food products.
Olam International, in partnership with Agropolis Fondation, is searching for ground-breaking scientific research that can deliver transformational impacts within global agriculture.
The carob fruit can help attenuate cardiometabolic alterations in Metabolic Syndrome.
SIG will fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with Nestlé, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
Fish fingers and frozen peas are flying off supermarket shelves as millions of schoolchildren swap school dinners for lunchtime at home with their parents, according to sales data from the British Frozen Food Federation and Kantar.
According to a new international survey commissioned by the Carbon Trust, two-thirds of consumers from the UK, US and Europe support carbon labelling on products.
Researchers have found that freeze drying technology could result in better-tasting ice cream which melts at a slower rate – offering food processors new opportunities.
The guidance has been updated to align with recent developments in the area of shelf-life evaluation, including the implementation of new EU microbiological criteria regulation and EU recommendations for setting a shelf-life.
Nestlé Professional and Nescafé Azera have launched a new piece of research which explores the growing coffee to-go market in the UK.