Arla Ingredients has identified three different groups of people when it comes to protein and nutrition, each with different desires and needs when it comes to the food they eat.
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Professor Chris Elliott examines the dire need for a single system backed by science in which front-of-pack labelling can detail the sustainability credentials of a product honestly, consistently and properly.
Wiltshire Farm Foods has apologised for the disruption caused by the cyber-attack, and has vowed to get services up and running as soon as possible.
Get the latest recall news from around the world with our weekly Recall roundup, this week including Salmonella and norovirus alerts.
As the Consumer Goods Forum holds its Global Summit in Dublin, Sharon Bligh and Christina Adane call for young people to be given the limelight and agency to decide their own food futures.
Ben & Jerry’s has made a commitment to prioritise paper packaging that takes less of a toll on forests around the globe, which continue to be destroyed at an alarming rate.
The US-based carrier will introduce Impossible Foods items on some of its services and as a breakfast option in its lounges in major US cities.
E.coli and Salmonella recalls dominate this week's recall roundup after the alarm was sounded in the US and UK respectively.
Joshua Minchin examines the need for a more united approach from the food and beverage industry to eliminate child labour from the sector.
American restaurant chain Denny’s says it will help the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) to achieve its goal of 100 Black-owned franchises by 2023.
The fake chocolate bars are not only an issue for trading standards – they could provide a potential food safety risk as regulations might not be being adhered to.
Professor Chris Elliott covers five areas in which the UK food system has been heavily impacted by the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and Brexit.