According to IHS Markit’s Agribusiness Intelligence, global demand for ketchup is weakening, with countries such as Mexico, Japan, Saudi Arabia and South Korea reducing their intake from the US.
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The European investment aims to enable food manufacturers to create calorie-reduced products with improved nutritional profiles.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants Brexit to go ahead at the end of October ‘no matter what,’ but industry insiders say a winter exit for the food market is not ideal.
The US and Japan have agreed an initial trade deal that will reduce or remove tariffs on traded food products.
European butter prices are predicted to increase by the end of 2019, but the extent of this is dependent on the weather conditions and political uncertainty.
The rising number of leisure businesses going bust is continuing food fraud problems, says industry insider, and butchers are paying the price.
A new report predicts an 18 percent decline in profitability should there be a no-deal Brexit scenario.
The enzyme stabiliser market is showing strong growth with sales being highly influenced by increasing demand from the food processing industry.
Due to advancements in the retail space and rising disposable income levels, sales in the Latin America frozen bakery market will be strong.
Farmers are recognising the financial benefits of getting cattle away sooner and focusing on processor specifications.
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.
BMPA warns that EU buyers considering purchasing British meat are being confronted with risks which they are not prepared to take.
The dietary fibres market will see strong sales due to health-conscious consumers and manufacturers investing in new products.