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A worrying number of products have been found to contain contaminants. As the popularity of ‘clean label’ rises among consumers, Clean Label Project is on a mission to bring transparency to consumer product labelling. Jaclyn Bowen, Executive Director of the project, explains how.
A new survey by Action on Salt has found that one in four savoury picnic foods are dangerously high in salt.
Due to advancements in the retail space and rising disposable income levels, sales in the Latin America frozen bakery market will be strong.
In this article, Nick Allen, CEO of BMPA, looks at all the factors up and down the supply chain that are creating a perfect storm for beef prices.
We discuss some of the key trends impacting the current alcoholic market sector, including the increasing popularity of craft and luxury drinks, as well as the appeal of homebrewing.
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.
Eight types of Asian fish cake products have been recalled in the United States after un-disclosed allergens were found in them.
Global demand for frozen crustaceans has increased significantly in recent years and the trend is expected to continue, according to a recent report.
Transferring data between retailer and supplier is a loose cog in the ‘instant data access’ machinery, explains Jim Dickson, Head of Retail at GS1 UK. This article highlights how modern-day consumer demands are tightening the vise of this already pressing issue, and presents a platform aimed at solving the problem.
The revenue of the canned fruit and vegetable market in the US amounted to $27 billion in 2018.
New research notes a lack of plant-based options of this popular lunch time food and makes clear the health and environmental impact.
Canada's Halal Monitoring Authority (HMA) is a halal monitoring and certifying body that aims to simplify certification by integrating directly into existing supply chains for suppliers, brands and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs).
According to a new research study, demand for oral clinical nutrition supplements continues to surge, with global revenues set to witness growth in 2019.