Ashley Pollock, Senior Innovation Consultant at Ayming, looks at the trend for a more health-conscious approach to what we eat.
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According to new research, introductions of food and beverage products that use sweet potato increased by a CAGR of 21% from 2015 to 2018.
New research has shown that probiotic yoghurt sales closed in on US$ 20 billion in 2018 and sales are likely to increase over the coming years.
Morrisons are looking for local food producers in the UK to promote in their stores by selling their locally produced and made products...
A report has suggested that the current healthy eating trend is damaging the environment, with avocados, quinoa and coconuts all part of the problem.
Those milk moustaches are a stroke of marketing genius. Just seeing them through the years evokes the health benefits of milk, from its proteins and calcium to its fortified vitamins. What we never see, however, is the growing global concern over the amount of antibiotic residuals that can be found…
Alland & Robert is the second largest supplier worldwide of gum acacia..
Organic, free-range, high animal welfare standards, and no hormones or antibiotics; a recent study shows that an appetite for these farm-level production practices is evident amongst a growing segment of Irish meat eaters.
Considered a hindrance by many farmers, weeds could be a key weapon in the battle against climate change.
At the moment, some sawmills treat sawdust as special waste, because it can’t be put to good use. Growing sawdust piles can even limit production. Risto Korpinen from Luke thinks that sawdust could be a part of the answer to the world’s need for food.
The global appetite for avocado may be sated after all as researchers at Queensland University develop a technique to double production in the region.
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new campaign called ‘Pure Dairy’ to highlight how its range of Nutrilac dairy ingredients satisfies growing consumer demand for natural products with ultra-clean labels.
We interview Paul Woodward, CEO of Green Room Brands who is attempting to bring a greener cola into the UK for good.