Food and drink firms from across Europe descended on Plant-Based World Expo Europe at the London Excel Centre to learn more about the latest trends in the sector. Here are four of our takeaways from this year’s show.
More than 7,800 exhibitors set up shop at Anuga earlier this month, with sustainable growth a key theme. FDEA’s Sandra Sullivan interviewed several UK producers to understand how they are balancing sustainability with profit.
From the continued growth of the plant-based meat alternatives in a sea of administrations, to the latest innovations in coffee flavours and everything in between, we explore some of the need-to-know trends in the food and drink manufacturing industry....
The potato industry needs to adopt more sustainable production methods in order to meet net zero targets according to Andrew Blair, field technical manager at the UK’s largest potato supplier Branston.
Undeclared allergens including milk, soya and gluten continue to spark recalls of food and drink, as manufacturers pull products from the shelf in response to potential choking hazards and labelling errors.
A lack of clear direction for the future of precautionary allergen labelling is leaving small and medium-sized food manufacturers confused on what they need to do to make sure they stay compliant, according to the founders of sauce firm Nowt Poncy.
Baby food manufacturer Ella’s Kitchen has pledged to make 73% of its pouches fully recyclable at the kerbside by 2024, as part of its continuing efforts to boost sustainability across the brand and within the industry.