Drinks giant Pernod Ricard is to provide a link to nutrition information on the labels of all of its leading brands, following a move by the European Commission (EC) to...
Food manufacturers can boost their gluten-free sales by capitalising on the “worried well” – healthy people who make self-diagnoses – a report has found.
Food and drink manufacturers looking to reformulate their products are set to receive a helping hand, thanks to new workshops organised by grocery think-tank IGD.
With the UK voting to leave the EU and Donald Trump winning the US presidency, it’s fair to say we’ve had a year of political shocks.
The sugar tax on soft drinks, which was passed by parliament on Tuesday [April 25] and will come into force next April, could be extended to a raft of other...
A coatings and fillings range has been extended to meet three key cocoa and chocolate trends.
A claim that artificial sweeteners have a negative effect on the gut biome have been rejected by a pro-industry body.
The way people eat has a direct influence on their food choices and satisfaction levels, according to a new report.
Research into the ability of probiotics to support healthy digestive function over the years has been significant.
The 75th annual government survey of UK food purchasing, now called the Family Food survey, was published in March.
Parliament’s decision to approve the sugary drinks tax has been greeted by both praise and condemnation.
Dairy can potentially help preserve muscle mass and function as people get older, a leading nutritionist has claimed.
Food snacking trends are probed from the perspective of sustainable ingredients sourcing in the Food Manufacture Group’s latest free webinar to take place at 3pm on Thursday June 15.
A report linking drinking diet soft drinks to an increased risk of stroke has been slammed by the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA).
More than 180,000 consumer goods were reformulated in 2016, with sugar and sodium the most targeted for removal by the food and drink industry, a global report has found.
Up to 3M young adults are putting their future health at risk by cutting dairy from their diet, warned The National Osteoporosis Society (NOS), as the number of children drinking...
The first probiotic to gain a health claim from the EU has moved a step nearer, after a Dutch firm claimed it had managed to modify bacteria to produce substantial...
Foods that can contribute towards good bone health could have an increasing role to play in UK diets.
Turmeric’s popularity continues to grow after a blending and packing firm reported a 10% increase in sales of the spice over the past year.
A range of edible oils, including rapeseed, soybean, corn, sunflower and a number of specific blends, were on display at Gulfood 2017.
Food waste during rice processing and poor nutrition in parts of the Indian population could be tackled, after Sheffield Hallam University was awarded £400,000 to undertake research to help support economic growth...
Consuming milk, yogurt or cheese does not contribute to obesity, and the dairy sector is “too often targeted in public health campaigns tackling obesity”, The Dairy Council has claimed.
Nutrition brand Battle Oats has secured a deal with high street retailer Holland & Barrett to supply 300 of its stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Sugar-free hard-boiled candies made with the sweetener isomalt were on display at this year’s ISM, the world’s largest trade fair for sweets and snacks.
Premium crisp manufacturer Tyrrells has played down warnings over the cancer-causing chemical acrylamide, after an investigation revealed its ‘sweet potato lightly salted crisps’ contained almost 2.5 times the recommended EU...