A specialist cake company in Birmingham has recreated the unearthed bones of Richard III in chocolate and cake.
Innovation is likely to shape the future of the future industry in a market dominated by lack of growth, price pressure from food retailers and changing consumer behaviour, according to...
Tactical insight into the food and drink industry of tomorrow is the aim of a new one-day conference exploring how businesses can harness innovation to benefit their bottom line.
Oil uptake in fried products, such as potato chips, can be reduced using Elea’s pulsed electric field system, the company claims.
A salt reduction ingredient that maintains the flavour and the properties of bread dough has been developed for the bakery sector.
Key consumer trends will continue to drive manufacturers towards developing innovative products that contain nuts and seeds, says the Almond Board of California.
Healthier children’s formats, natural and raw ingredients and mid-morning options are among the 2015 healthy snack bar trends picked out by Lizzie Conlon, food developer and nutritionist at Food Innovation...
Glanbia Nutritionals will step up its lactoferrin production capabilities for its Bioferrin brand of bovine lactoferrin after a large investment, it has announced.
Drying exotic fruits such as papayas, lychees, mangos and dragon fruit increases ease of access, as well as allowing them to be produced in a greener and more economic way,...
A Sheffield ice cream maker is celebrating a £50,000 investment from the Dragons’ Den TV programme for her East Asian-inspired ice creams.
Consumer demand for simpler labels is driving manufacturers to formulate 'label-friendly' products, according to Tate & Lyle (T&L) director of applications Jim Carr.
A protein-boosting ingredient for manufacturers of dairy products, sports nutrition, snacks and snack bars, and power blends has been developed by protein specialist Rousselot.
Halal food manufacturer KQF has launched halal macon rashers, bacon-style strips of smoked beef or chicken, which are the first such products to be certified by the Halal Monitoring Committee...
Exciting new food textures will be among the emerging trends over the next three years, together with more "playful" products for adults and more widespread use of edible packaging, according...
Pure Circle has launched a new stevia product aimed at reducing the sugar content of dairy products.
A healthy quinoa bar concept developed by a team of final year culinary arts management students has picked up the award in the ‘culinary product development challenge’, run by the...
Sales of coconut water are close to the £100M mark, but UK-based Buko Organic Coconut Water believes it will take something innovative to provide the category with a much bigger...
Plant baker Warburtons has launched four new varieties of bread, each with 'special' ingredients, which will be aimed at families.
Symrise is unlocking nature’s secrets by tapping into flavours from roots, seeds, barks, herbs and nuts.
A Scottish-based chocolatier has developed a truffle range with no hard chocolate shell, which was previously available only to Michelin star chefs.
Strict health claims regulations and the economic downturn have had an adverse effect on the global functional food and drink market, according to a report from Leatherhead Food Research.
Pork processing giant Tulip turned around its £2.3M US-style food production plant in a matter of weeks, ceo Chris Thomas has said.
Coffee manufacturers could boost sales by developing the broader variety of products that consumers buy elsewhere in Europe, according to Carlos Diaz, food director at Food Innovation Solutions (FIS).
Collagen peptides are safe and highly functional forms of protein and have recognisable health benefits, says Rousselot, a manufacturer of collagen and peptides.
Elderly consumers are an untapped market for soft drinks manufacturers, who must use functional ingredients and easy-to-open packaging to win them over, according to a leading industry analyst.