The lack of a global consensus on recommended wholegrain intake has left consumers in a potential state of confusion over how much they should eat, new research has found.
A food producer has joined forces with the University of Huddersfield as part of an international project to test the viability of a fruit by-product that has the potential to...
Food manufacturers are increasingly likely to use intellectual property (IP) rights as both an asset and a weapon in the battle to meet reformulation demands over sugar, a lawyer has...
A new partnership to manufacture, market, sell and distribute low-calorie stevia and monk fruit sweeteners globally has been agreed between two leading ingredients firms.
The report from the pressure group the National Obesity Forum (NOF), branded as irresponsible by Public Health England and discordant with the international consensus, criticised the government’s Eatwell guide and...
A protein-rich, low-fat alternative to soy meal designed to be used in clean-label products has been launched by GoodMills Innovation.
Health claims are becoming an ever more prevalent feature in dairy.
Manufacturers could soon be using wood-derived ingredients to improve food texture and reduce energy content, a Finnish research centre has claimed.
Almost two-thirds (61%) of Britons admit their diet is not considered healthy or balanced, a new survey has found.
A leading producer has claimed its functional syrups range offers manufacturers “huge potential” after new figures projected double-figure category growth.
Tesco and Sainsbury have recalled a number of their own-label pasta products, after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) declared the products, manufactured by Belgian firm Noliko, might contain pieces of...
There has been an increase in commitments made from RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) members towards certified sustainable palm oil, new figures reveal.
A range of quark cultures has been improved to meet the increasing demand for sugar-free, high protein-snacks.
The UK sugar levy should be scrapped, so that more can be done to help businesses cope with the transition to life after Brexit, according to Coca-Cola UK’s boss.
Full-sugar soft drinks variants like Coca-Cola ‘red’ should be drunk in moderation and complemented with exercise, the man responsible for running Europe’s largest soft drinks site has admitted.
The UK food industry has been urged to get behind a set of standards that will allow businesses to innovate more freely.
A dry tomato pulp (DTP) that retains its colour when used in prepared foods is one of the new ingredients on show at this year’s IFT Annual Meeting & Food...
A guide designed to protect manufacturers from buying adulterated or substituted herbs and spices could herald a new era of collaboration between food industry organisations, its authors have claimed.
New US scientific research, just published, based on a 30 year study into dietary fats and their effects on health, has reinforced current dietary public health guidelines that had been...
New analytical whole gene sequencing (WGS) techniques are speeding up the detection and accuracy of isolating the sources of food poisoning outbreaks, according to Public Health England (PHE).
Three Dutch food firms have joined forces with a research company to create a consortium focused on developing protein-rich foods.
Swiss flavour maker Givaudan is to acquire US-based Spicetec Flavors & Seasonings from ConAgra Foods in a £230M ($340M) deal.
The type of sugar used in food can make a significant difference to the blood glucose management of people with type 2 diabetes, according to a German study funded by Beneo.
Two Mexican-themed spice blends have been introduced by EHL Ingredients.
The UK dairy industry may be turning a corner after a “dreadful” couple of years – but Brexit has created nervousness about the future of the market – the food...