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.
Scientists at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) have been working with University of Sheffield, Innovate UK and WET Group to find a way to create drinks that do not need sugar or additives.
iFarm Project, which develops modular automated farms to produce natural vegetables, salads, and berries year-round, has raised $1 million to develop iFarm technology and enable it to enter the international market.
Tate & Lyle, a global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, together with its stevia partner Sweet Green Fields, is conducting a new research project to assess the sustainability of the stevia supply chain.
The Bühler Group has released its annual results for 2018, which shows the business continued its positive development over the last year, following the integration of Haas and the establishment of its third business pillar, Consumer Foods.
Flavour and fragrance company, Givaudan, has committed to co-found a major healthy food research scheme launched by ETH Zürich and EPFL, together with industrial partners Buhler and Nestlé.
The demand to live a healthier lifestyle is increasing, yet 4 in 5 people across Northern Europe do not know about the essential nutrients they have in their diet, according to new research published by Arla Foods.
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.