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Chris Elliott, Professor of Food Safety and Founder of the Institute for Global Food Security, alongside Professor Moira Dean and Postgraduate Research Student, Kelsey Robson, of Queen’s University, Belfast, explore food fraud in parallel supply chains and the consequences of such illegal actions.
The units of measurement for folate, niacin, vitamin A, vitamin D, and vitamin E in the US need to be changed by 2021.
Shifting consumer preferences are causing producers and manufacturers to rethink current strategies.
A recent survey has shown that consumers think very positively about protein. However, as Mike Hughes explains, it is important to not overestimate the extent that consumers monitor their protein intake...
With so many countries changing their attitudes towards cannabis and many testing the properties of this diverse plant, it won’t be long until we see more cannabis-infused products on our shelves. Many global food and beverage manufacturers including Mondelez, Coca-Cola and Molson Cools are exploring the options of cannabinoids in…
Snacking has traditionally been the sector where health priorities take a back seat, but new Government guidelines, specifically those recommending low fat snacks under 100 calories, has raised the bar. 'Better-for-you' snacks need to entice consumers in with their packaging and then over-deliver on taste.
New analysis shows the corn-based ingredients market is being driven by favourable supply-demand dynamics.
Rhum agricole is becoming an appealing option for consumers looking for drinks with an 'authentic and rustic feel'.
Some interesting market insights have been uncovered by the global market intelligence agency Mintel, regarding our increasing preference for plant-based milk alternatives in the UK.
Eight types of Asian fish cake products have been recalled in the United States after un-disclosed allergens were found in them.
While big brands have the recognition and resources to weather most storms, SMEs can often find themselves capsizing in choppy waters. Here are some key steps to help your food and drink brand thrive.