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Dr Ahmed Abbas Mohamed, Director of Research & Development at WET Group, outlines how innovative technology can enable soft drinks manufacturers to create no (or reduced) sugar, no artificial sweeteners, appetising and cost effective products.
Findings suggest a consumer shift towards zero or lower sugar products, with sugar purchased from soft drinks decreasing in all socio-economic groups.
A new study has looked into the association between the regular consumption of soft drinks and the risk of death.
Obesity rates are on the rise, but research suggests a sugar tax could offer a solution.
Nicola Sturgeon’s move to restrict HFSS foodstuffs has been welcomed by most, but FDF Scotland warms it may cause issues.
Gordon Polson, Chief Executive of the Federation of Bakers, outlines the association’s responsibilities and how it is addressing some of the industry’s most prevalent issues.
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.
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.
According to a new study, the fructose market is steadily rising due, in part, to the rising health awareness among consumers.