Wheat

General Mills seeks next-generation easy-to-open can

General Mills seeks next-generation easy-to-open can

By Elaine Watson

The next generation easy-to-open can, sodium-free ingredients that enhance salt perception and technology that can stop gluten-free pasta going mushy and prevent green veg from turning brown in the canning process.

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Rabobank: Don't panic (yet) over wheat price hike

By Elaine Watson

Global wheat stocks are sufficient to absorb production shortfalls in the short-term, but things could deteriorate rapidly if Russia's winter wheat crop is as bad as its spring crop, according to analysts at Rabobank.

Lean bean machines

Lean bean machines

By Elaine Watson

Give it five years and split peas, not goji berries and hybrid cars, will be gracing the cover of our lifestyle magazines, according to the marketers...

In crop form

In crop form

By Rick Pendrous

Europe's biggest wheat business is on a mission to assist a second green revolution in the food supply chain, reports Rick Pendrous

No free ride

No free ride

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

Go against the grain

Go against the grain

By Rod Addy

With rocketing wheat prices, bakers are having to find some ingenious routes out of a very sticky situation. Rod Addy reports

Gluten: a stretching challenge

Gluten: a stretching challenge

In many foods gluten is a necessary functional ingredient, in others the gluten containing cereals (wheat, spelt, kamut, rye and barley) are key...

Time to review your allergen controls

Time to review your allergen controls

Despite the requirements for allergen labelling coming into force three years ago, we still see regular food alerts and recalls due to lack of...

Plenty to gain from tiny grain

Plenty to gain from tiny grain

By Sarah Britton

Ancient Ethiopian grain teff - a type of grass - offers an impressive nutritional profile and is making its way over to the UK. But manufacturers...

Flour costs to force up bread prices

Flour costs to force up bread prices

By Rick Pendrous

A price hike of as much as 7p on a loaf of bread on supermarket shelves could be on the cards by the autumn as large rises in the cost of flour start...

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