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The survey conducted by the BNF claims there is a lack of understanding among consumers of what an ultra-processed food actually is.
The former sugar refiner and now food and beverage ingredient supplier hopes the move will improve its offering of low-sugar products around the world.
A new report suggests that product claims about nutrition are more effective on breakfast cereal, whereas boasts of great taste fare better on fish pies. The company behind the research insists that manufacturers must be flexible when it comes to on-pack product claims.
The results of a recent survey underline consumers’ obvious preference for clear and straightforward labelling, particularly on ingredients lists. But is this preference being met?
This infographic from DuPont explores how manufacturers are looking to meet the growing demand of clean label products without damaging the quality of food.
The Sugar Association has called on the FDA to make changes to sweetener labelling regulations in order to "extend transparency, end misleading practices, and help consumers make more informed decision".
While the baking industry is working hard to meet the demand in fresh, frozen and packaged baked goods, will trends like ‘clean label’ stay?