Healthy foods

Al fresco BBQ range leads food NPD

Al fresco BBQ range leads food NPD

By David Challis

From a new al fresco BBQ range to plant-based milkshakes, we cover the latest new product developments in the food and drink industry, featured in this photo gallery.

The world of food and drink is being disrupted by innovative new start ups

YFood boss points to growing food revolution

By Ellie Woollven

Plant-based sushi, pork and caviar replacements were all highlighted by Nadia El Hadery, chief executive and founder of YFood, organiser of a week in London celebrating food industry revolutionaries.

Sales of ethically-sourced food and drink grew to £8.2bn in 2018

UK ethical food sales worth £8.2bn

By James Ridler

Sales of ethical food and drink in the UK hit £8.2bn in 2018 and are projected to continue growing through 2019, according to new research by Mintel.

Huel claims to have clocked up more than £5.3m in sales in January alone

Huel hires former Sainsbury’s buyer

By Helen Gilbert

Powdered food brand Huel has hired former Sainsbury’s buying manager Daniel Plimmer as head of procurement and demand as it forges ahead with expansion plans.

Cardiovascular disease could be mitigated with healthier diets

Opinion

How dietary patterns may influence CVD risk

By Judy Buttriss

Premature deaths from cardiovascular disease (CVD) have fallen considerably, in part due to new treatments – but ill health associated with the disease remains high and could even be rising in older age groups.

Step onto the show floor at IFE 2019 in this video

Innovation on show at IFE 2019

By James Ridler

From low calorie meringue bars to vegan ready meals, this year’s International Food & Drink Event (IFE) showcased the latest innovations in the industry – captured in our whistle-stop video tour.

Fear over the abuse of personal data mar the discussion into personalised nutrition

Clarity over digital data use needed

By Rick Pendrous

Personalised nutrition offers a huge opportunity to improve public health, but fears about the abuse of individual data could undermine that prospect unless there is better clarity about its ownership and use, a leading academic in the field has claimed.