Cereal

Weetabix was bought by US firm Post Holdings for £1.4bn in 2017

Weetabix looks to consolidate Corby factories

By Noli Dinkovski

Weetabix has drawn up plans to close one of its Corby factories but has vowed to protect as many jobs as possible by upgrading the facilities at its second site in the town.

Nestlé plans a 10% reduction in sugar in its breakfast cereals by 2018

Nestlé plans cereal sugar cuts by 10%

By James Ridler

Nestlé plans to cut sugar in its breakfast cereals by a further 10% by the end of 2018, as it continues to reformulate across its product portfolio.

Glanbia Nutritionals' gluten-free oat milling facility was launched last year in Ireland

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Glanbia Nutritionals announces second ancient grain investment

By Nicholas Robinson

Global food ingredients giant Glanbia Nutritionals is preparing to make a further investment in its recently opened multi-million pound oat milling facility to boost its presence in the ancient grains market. 

Hines is predicting own-label market growth

A big unknown in cereal

By Nicholas Robinson

Own-label manufacturers are secretive. But John Hiles is ready to rip open the box of the cereal business he heads, Nicholas Robinson reports

New gluten-free pulse flours

Protein boost for pulse flours

By Nicholas Robinson

A series of 10 high-protein pulse-based flours have been created by Ingredion to allow food manufacturers and retailers to create protein-boosted foods.

Bakery giant launches four new loaves

Warburtons launches four new loaves

Plant baker Warburtons has launched four new varieties of bread, each with 'special' ingredients, which will be aimed at families.

Quinoa is grown in the Andes and is increasingly popular among UK consumers

Rising demand for ancient grains

By Nicholas Robinson

For many years now, the ‘ancient grain’ has been expected to take Europe by storm. Nicholas Robinson discovers what’s been happening

Up to 4,000t of oats will have been processed at the site this year

Ingredients giant Glanbia invests in gluten-free

By Nicholas Robinson

Global food ingredients giant Glanbia Nutritionals has pumped millions of pounds into a new modern oat milling facility to boost its presence in the gluten-free (GF) ancient grain market.

Brothers David and Bill Jordan launched the Jordans cereals brand, which includes a range of breakfast cereals

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Jordan brothers in major breakfast cereal deal

By Rod Addy

David and Bill Jordan, the brothers who launched the Jordans cereals brand, have taken over ownership of European Oat Millers (EOM), a major supplier of breakfast cereal ingredients and own-label breakfast cereals.

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