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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.
The increasing demand for dairy products has resulted in the growth of the dairy processing industry.
The dietary fibres market will see strong sales due to health-conscious consumers and manufacturers investing in new products.
A mid-term review on the European soft drinks industry shows a significant reduction in average sugars from 2015-2017.
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.
According to a new research study, demand for oral clinical nutrition supplements continues to surge, with global revenues set to witness growth in 2019.
Study is first to evaluate Canada’s biggest food and beverage companies based on their policies and commitments to sell healthier products.
Study from researchers at the Oxford Martin School concludes a health tax on red and processed meat could prevent more than 220,000 deaths and save over US$40 billion in healthcare costs every year.
Many manufacturers have failed to reformulate and reduce the sugar content of their products, with some businesses increasing the overall level of sugar.
The Government has said that it understands smaller businesses will be burdened more and will be consulting on whether they should be excluded or given a longer implementation period.
Chapter two of the childhood obesity plan has been met with a mixed response, with some saying its promises of consultations come at a time when firm action is needed.
Which? has said Brexit presents an opportunity for the Government to introduce legislation to make the labelling system, which was introduced as an option in 2013, mandatory.