Coeliac Disease

Warburtons has launched a new gluten-free crumpet into a growing free-from market

Warburtons launches gluten-free crumpet

By Gwen Ridler

Bakery manufacturer Warburtons has launched a new gluten-free crumpet, following calls from its customers to produce more free-from products.

Genius Foods, Warburtons and Northumbrian Fine Foods are founder members of a new gluten-free association

Warburtons joins new gluten-free association

By Gwen Ridler

Warburtons, Genius Foods and Northumbrian Fine Foods are founder members of the Gluten Free Industry Association (GFIA), formed in response to the growth of the market for gluten-free products.

Genius was likely to experience more damage that consumers over its recall, Berriedale-Johnson said

‘Low risk’ from Genius recall despite Facebook outrage

By Laurence Gibbons

There is a “low risk” coeliacs could suffer side-effects from the recent Genius Foods’s product recall despite many consumers voicing their anger and disappointment on social media, a free-from expert has claimed.

Emmanuel-Jones launched The Black Farmer gluten-free sausage brand in 2010

Black Farmer backs gluten-free study

By Rod Addy

Sausage maker The Black Farmer has thrown its weight behind a Lancaster University Management School project to find out the precise motivations behind consumers turning to gluten-free products.

Sherlock offers substantial detection services

Anuga FoodTec trends

Sherlock food analyser boosts product quality

By Rod Addy

Food firms can now harness the fabled detection skills of Sherlock to boost product quality, thanks to innovation from Insort, which won a 2015 International FoodTec Gold Award at Anuga FoodTec.

Don't restrict wheat from your diet, research has suggested

Gluten-free 'isn’t best for general health'

By Nicholas Robinson

Fresh research has rubbished claims gluten-free diets are healthier than consuming grains and has recommended they should only be followed by consumers with coeliac disease or food intolerances.

Gluten-free bread has enjoyed rising popularity in recent years

Gluten-free growth has shelf-life

By Nicholas Robinson

The UK’s gluten-free (GF) market could mature in the next two years, following US statistics suggesting the market there has already started to slow.

Man on the bake

Man on the bake

By Rod Addy

Few people have been privileged enough to work on some of the UK's highest profile food brands. But Stiletto Foods md Jeremy Woods has sung the praises of products from Wotsits to Pot Noodle in various sales and marketing roles over the years. How...

Leatherhead to study £132M food intolerance market

Leatherhead to study £132M food intolerance market

By Freddie Dawson

Research starts this month on how food manufacturers can exploit opportunities in the allergies, intolerances and the ‘suitable for’ food market, which is predicted to grow to £132M within four years.

No free ride

No free ride

Despite a captive market, producing food for the free from category is no picnic. Elaine Watson reports

Sensitive market

Sensitive market

By Paul Gander

There is money to be made from the burgeoning 'free-from' market, but larger firms are targeting investment carefully, reports Paul Gander


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