Summer is the season of al fresco dining and many caterers will be looking to take advantage of this taste for fresh air. George Hand, Sales Manager for Cleaning, Hygiene and Catering at Office Depot, tells us how food businesses that choose to venture boldly outdoors can avoid coming to…
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7 June 2018 | By New Food
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23 May 2018 | By Anna Lambert (New Food)
The Vivera Veggie Steak, made from wheat and soy, has enjoyed widespread press coverage this week on the back of news that 400 branches of Tesco have begun stocking it. But with the growth in the UK veggie ready-made sector meaning a flood of products to market, what's new about…
1 May 2018 | By Dr Lizhe Wang, Biomaterial Scientist and Dr Joe P. Kerry, Head of the Food Packaging Group, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences, University College Cork
As traditional food packaging materials show shortcomings in terms of their environmental pollution impact and in their manufacturing requirements for non-renewable resources, the need for alternative packaging materials and packaging formats is now required more than ever.
25 April 2018 | By New Food
In this In-Depth Focus, Tania Portolés looks at how experts can expand the detection and quantification of contaminants in food samples and David Stadler and Rudolf Krska discuss the impact of lot-to-lot variation’s use on determining the accuracy of a multi-mycotoxin assay.
16 April 2018 | By Mike Stones (New Food)
Food manufacturers planning to automate their production systems should learn the lesson of the car industry in the 1980s: that it pays to share information, Mike Wilson, Chairman of the British Automation & Robot Association (BARA), tells New Food's Anna Lambert in this exclusive audio interview.
16 April 2018 | By Rob Chester - Managing Director of Food for NSF International
The UK food industry has always relied more on manual labour than our European competitors. Now the UK has to start taking automation seriously if it is to compete effectively in world markets. Rob Chester, Managing Director of Food for NSF International in the UK, considers the implications for food…
15 April 2018 | By Andreas Adam - FRAGOL AG
Industry expert Andreas Adam answers some essential questions.
13 April 2018 | By New Food
In this edition Phil Britton looks at the current picture within the UK potato sector in terms of market share, product diversification and breeding developments and Nick Allen of the British Meat Processors Association looks at what manufacturers can do to protect themselves in the wake of high-profile product recalls.
12 April 2018 | By Andrew Dahl - President & CEO of ZIVO Bioscience
In addition to their proven nutritional value, algae are increasingly being marketed as functional foods. As research and development into its production continues apace, Andrew Dahl looks at what they have to offer to both manufacturer and consumer.
Tage Affertsholt and Daniel Pedersen present data and trends as outlined in the new study, The Global Market for Plant Proteins 2017-2021 – Competition with Dairy, published by 3A Business Consulting in February 2018.
11 April 2018 | By Allan Bullion
Alan Bullion looks at this growing market, its key drivers and applications, and asks if – in the wake of Brexit – the UK stands to lose its pivotal role in regulating biopesticides.