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Modern Plant Based Foods announces product launch with the world's largest food wholesaler

03-Mar-2021 Modern Plant Based Foods Inc, an award-winning manufacturer of plant-based foods, announced today that Modern Plant Based Foods products will now be distributed through the world's largest grocer. The new agreement includes the listing of Modern Plant Based Foods products in its Canadian di ... more

New edible spoons at Spoontainable

03-Mar-2021 During the quiet winter months, the startup Spoontainable has been working intensively on the expansion and optimization of the existing product portfolio. Through an intensive exchange with customers and users, the team improved three weak points of the edible spoon made of oat shells and ... more

Meeting the meat needs of the future

03-Mar-2021 Humans are largely omnivores, and meat in various forms has always featured in the diet of most cultures. However, with the increasing population and pressure on the environment, traditional methods of meeting this fundamental food requirement are likely to fall short. Now, researchers at t ... more

High fructose diets could cause immune system damage - new research

02-Mar-2021 New research by Swansea scientists in collaboration with scientists at the University of Bristol and the Francis Crick Institute in London has indicated that consuming a diet high in the sugar fructose might prevent the proper functioning of peoples’ immune systems in ways that has, until n ... more

Danone To Convert Indirect Stake In China's Mengniu To Direct

02-Mar-2021 French food company Danone SA announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with COFCO Dairy Investments Limited or CDI, to convert Danone's stake in China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd., currently held indirectly, into a direct holding. Mengniu is a Chinese manufacturing and distribution comp ... more

Chocolate can leverage texture to dial up the indulgent experience

02-Mar-2021 exture is the new innovation frontier in the food and drink industry. Besides spicing up the taste experience by adding various food textures, it is also perceived to link with mood enhancement.More than half of Chinese consumers would like to try a new chocolate featuring rich texture. It ... more

What's next for plant-based cream and creamers?

02-Mar-2021 While cream and creamer innovation has significantly expanded, future growth will depend on addressing processing concerns and matching dairy’s versatility. Plant-based creamers need to continue innovating to catch up to dairy The proportion of cream and creamer launches carrying “vegan/no ... more

Not all “good” cholesterol is healthy

01-Mar-2021 HDL cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol) or good cholesterol is associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease as it transports cholesterol deposited in the arteries to the liver to be eliminated. This contrasts with the so-called bad cholesterol, LDL (low-density ... more

Loryma develops convincing vegan fish alternative

01-Mar-2021 Loryma, a specialist in wheat ingredients, introduces a new concept for trend-setting vegan fish products. Various functional wheat ingredients such as starches and proteins interact to authentically replicate the muscle meat of fish, and provide typical mouth feel. Using a modular principl ... more

Tönnies expands in the veggie market

01-Mar-2021 The Tönnies Group is also continuing its growth course in the market for vegetarian and vegan meat substitute products. The company is now bundling its activities in this segment with the consumer brands "es schmeckt", "Vevia" and "Gutfried veggie" in an independent business unit of Vevia 4 ... more

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Chocolate can leverage texture to dial up the indulgent experience

02-Mar-2021 exture is the new innovation frontier in the food and drink industry. Besides spicing up the taste experience by adding various food textures, it is also perceived to link with mood enhancement.More than half of Chinese consumers would like to try a new chocolate featuring rich texture. It ... more

25 years of quality and safety in the food sector

01-Mar-2021 Founded 25 years ago as LSG Hygiene Institute GmbH (LHI) and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Service Holding AG (LSG), the company has been owned by TÜV SÜD for many years - since July 2013 under the name TÜV SÜD Food Safety Institute GmbH (FSI). The aim and voluntary commitment is to guarantee f ... more

Cutting sugar and boosting protein in ‘better-for-you’ sweet treats

25-Feb-2021 The drive towards healthier choices in food and beverages has become so strong that it is even relevant to treating. Taste quality is essential to confectionery, sweet bakery, ice cream and desserts, however, formulating ‘better–for–you’ sweet treats can be challenging.  Sugar is inherent t ... more

BIOFACH/VIVANESS 2021 eSPECIAL:Digital sector gathering of organic food community inspires and impresses

24-Feb-2021 The organic food and natural and organic personal care products community came together for their annual sector gathering on 17-19 February 2021. This year’s event was entirely digital. With 775 sessions during the three-day event, divided between Congress, exhibitor presentations and round ... more

Start-up builds robots for pandemic-proof food delivery

23-Feb-2021 A student start-up at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a fleet of self-driving robots that deliver in a smarter, greener and contactless manner, making it a safe option in a pandemic.  Called the FoodBot, these four-wheeled electronically powered rob ... more

Edible holograms could someday decorate foods

22-Feb-2021 Holograms are everywhere, from driver's licenses to credit cards to product packaging. And now, edible holograms could someday enhance foods. Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed a laser-based method to print nanostructured holograms on dried corn syrup films. The edible hologra ... more

Nestlé’s first vegan KitKat

16-Feb-2021 One of the world's most popular confectionery bars will soon have a delicious plant-based option that delivers the perfect balance between crispy wafer and smooth chocolate that people know and love. Alexander von Maillot, Head of Confectionery at Nestlé, said: "One of the most common reque ... more

Grupo Arcor and Ingredion Announce Joint Venture in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay

15-Feb-2021 Grupo Arcor, the leading food company of Argentina, and Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE: INGR), a leading global ingredient solutions provider to the food and beverage industry, have signed an agreement to create a joint venture that will leverage the two companies’ manufacturing expertise, co ... more

Delivery Hero finishes the year with strong final quarter

15-Feb-2021 Delivery Hero SE ("Delivery Hero") today announces that orders in the fourth quarter of 2020 almost doubled YoY to a record 423 million (+96%), as the world's leading local delivery platform continued its strong growth trajectory. Own delivery accounted for 63% of those orders (2019 Q4: 44% ... more

Mondelēz International SnackFutures Launches New CoLab Startup Engagement Program

10-Feb-2021 SnackFutures, the Mondelēz International, Inc. innovation and venture hub, today announced the launch of CoLab, a new start-up engagement program for early-stage well-being snack brands. CoLab is deliberately designed to be a collaborative effort between entrepreneurs and the Mondelēz Inter ... more

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25 years of quality and safety in the food sector

01-Mar-2021 Founded 25 years ago as LSG Hygiene Institute GmbH (LHI) and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Service Holding AG (LSG), the company has been owned by TÜV SÜD for many years - since July 2013 under the name TÜV SÜD Food Safety Institute GmbH (FSI). The aim and voluntary commitment is to guarantee f ... more

Glimmer of hope for Russian beverage industry

01-Mar-2021 Beviale Moscow will take place in the Main Stage Event Hall in Moscow from 16 to 18 March 2021. This makes Russia’s first trade fair for the entire beverage production chain one of the few events that allows the sector to come together in person in the spring of 2021. The organisers are res ... more

UBC chemist helps create new compostable coffee pod

26-Feb-2021 Dr. Zac Hudson believes your morning cup of coffee should be strong and guilt-free. That’s why the University of British Columbia scientist has spent the past three years creating a new fully compostable coffee pod with Surrey-based NEXE Innovations. “Every year more than 40 billion single- ... more

New Tanqueray 0.0%

24-Feb-2021 Crafted from the same distilled botanicals as London Dry, Tanqueray 0.0% offers an alcohol-free option that captures the unmistakable spirit of Tanqueray perfectly. Today is the launch of Tanqueray 0.0%, an alcohol-free spirit alternative to Tanqueray London Dry gin, a mindful drink option ... more

BIOFACH/VIVANESS 2021 eSPECIAL:Digital sector gathering of organic food community inspires and impresses

24-Feb-2021 The organic food and natural and organic personal care products community came together for their annual sector gathering on 17-19 February 2021. This year’s event was entirely digital. With 775 sessions during the three-day event, divided between Congress, exhibitor presentations and round ... more

Start-up builds robots for pandemic-proof food delivery

23-Feb-2021 A student start-up at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a fleet of self-driving robots that deliver in a smarter, greener and contactless manner, making it a safe option in a pandemic.  Called the FoodBot, these four-wheeled electronically powered rob ... more

Brown-Forman to Expand Louisville Distillery Operation

23-Feb-2021 Brown-Forman Corporation announces the planned expansion of the Brown-Forman Distillery to meet the growing demand for American whiskey. As part of the production expansion, Old Forester will create an oak tree nursery on the property for a long-term study of oak tree sustainability, part o ... more

Edible holograms could someday decorate foods

22-Feb-2021 Holograms are everywhere, from driver's licenses to credit cards to product packaging. And now, edible holograms could someday enhance foods. Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed a laser-based method to print nanostructured holograms on dried corn syrup films. The edible hologra ... more

Déjà brew?

22-Feb-2021 Long black, espresso, or latte, whatever your coffee preference, drink too much and you could be in hot water, especially when it comes to heart health. In a world first genetic study, researchers from the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia found tha ... more

Glass bottles with up to 90% lower carbon impact

19-Feb-2021 The partnership with glass bottle supplier, Encirc, allows Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company to take another step towards Carlsberg Group’s ZERO carbon footprint ambition with a trial demonstrating the possibility to cut the carbon impact of glass bottles by up to 90%. The trial with glas ... more

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Modern Plant Based Foods announces product launch with the world's largest food wholesaler

03-Mar-2021 Modern Plant Based Foods Inc, an award-winning manufacturer of plant-based foods, announced today that Modern Plant Based Foods products will now be distributed through the world's largest grocer. The new agreement includes the listing of Modern Plant Based Foods products in its Canadian di ... more

Meeting the meat needs of the future

03-Mar-2021 Humans are largely omnivores, and meat in various forms has always featured in the diet of most cultures. However, with the increasing population and pressure on the environment, traditional methods of meeting this fundamental food requirement are likely to fall short. Now, researchers at t ... more

Tönnies expands in the veggie market

01-Mar-2021 The Tönnies Group is also continuing its growth course in the market for vegetarian and vegan meat substitute products. The company is now bundling its activities in this segment with the consumer brands "es schmeckt", "Vevia" and "Gutfried veggie" in an independent business unit of Vevia 4 ... more

McPlant and more: Beyond Meat inks McDonald's, Yum deals

01-Mar-2021 Plant-based food company Beyond Meat will be partnering with several major fast-food chains in the coming years to expand offerings that could eventually include plant-based burgers, chalupas or toppings on a stuffed-crust pizza. Beyond Meat on Thursday announced distribution agreements wit ... more

25 years of quality and safety in the food sector

01-Mar-2021 Founded 25 years ago as LSG Hygiene Institute GmbH (LHI) and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Service Holding AG (LSG), the company has been owned by TÜV SÜD for many years - since July 2013 under the name TÜV SÜD Food Safety Institute GmbH (FSI). The aim and voluntary commitment is to guarantee f ... more

Mosa Meat completes $85m Series B investment round

25-Feb-2021 Mosa Meat, the European food technology company that introduced the world's first cultivated beef hamburger in 2013, announced the third and last closing of its Series B funding. This third closing of $10m brings the total raised in the round to $85m. Investors in this last closing include ... more

BIOFACH/VIVANESS 2021 eSPECIAL:Digital sector gathering of organic food community inspires and impresses

24-Feb-2021 The organic food and natural and organic personal care products community came together for their annual sector gathering on 17-19 February 2021. This year’s event was entirely digital. With 775 sessions during the three-day event, divided between Congress, exhibitor presentations and round ... more

Start-up builds robots for pandemic-proof food delivery

23-Feb-2021 A student start-up at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a fleet of self-driving robots that deliver in a smarter, greener and contactless manner, making it a safe option in a pandemic.  Called the FoodBot, these four-wheeled electronically powered rob ... more

Edible holograms could someday decorate foods

22-Feb-2021 Holograms are everywhere, from driver's licenses to credit cards to product packaging. And now, edible holograms could someday enhance foods. Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed a laser-based method to print nanostructured holograms on dried corn syrup films. The edible hologra ... more

Redefine Meat Raises $29M Round Led by Happiness Capital and Hanaco Ventures Ahead of Global Market Launch

18-Feb-2021 Alt-Meat innovator Redefine Meat announces today the completion of a $29 million (USD) A-series funding round led by Happiness Capital and Hanaco Ventures. They are joined by CPT Capital, a leading alternative protein investor and early supporter of Redefine Meat, as well as other notable n ... more

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Danone To Convert Indirect Stake In China's Mengniu To Direct

02-Mar-2021 French food company Danone SA announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with COFCO Dairy Investments Limited or CDI, to convert Danone's stake in China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd., currently held indirectly, into a direct holding. Mengniu is a Chinese manufacturing and distribution comp ... more

What's next for plant-based cream and creamers?

02-Mar-2021 While cream and creamer innovation has significantly expanded, future growth will depend on addressing processing concerns and matching dairy’s versatility. Plant-based creamers need to continue innovating to catch up to dairy The proportion of cream and creamer launches carrying “vegan/no ... more

25 years of quality and safety in the food sector

01-Mar-2021 Founded 25 years ago as LSG Hygiene Institute GmbH (LHI) and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Service Holding AG (LSG), the company has been owned by TÜV SÜD for many years - since July 2013 under the name TÜV SÜD Food Safety Institute GmbH (FSI). The aim and voluntary commitment is to guarantee f ... more

Reducing salt in Parmigiano Reggiano cheese might not negatively affect its flavor

26-Feb-2021 Aged cheeses pack a punch of nutty, sharp flavor. Before they're fully mature, aged cheeses are either waxed or placed in brine for weeks to create a natural rind. However, the high salt content in brined cheeses deters some consumers. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Food Science & Techno ... more

BIOFACH/VIVANESS 2021 eSPECIAL:Digital sector gathering of organic food community inspires and impresses

24-Feb-2021 The organic food and natural and organic personal care products community came together for their annual sector gathering on 17-19 February 2021. This year’s event was entirely digital. With 775 sessions during the three-day event, divided between Congress, exhibitor presentations and round ... more

Start-up builds robots for pandemic-proof food delivery

23-Feb-2021 A student start-up at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a fleet of self-driving robots that deliver in a smarter, greener and contactless manner, making it a safe option in a pandemic.  Called the FoodBot, these four-wheeled electronically powered rob ... more

Tracking down the causes: reducing bitter substances in fermented milk products

23-Feb-2021 Fresh cheese products with a high calcium content, such as quark or skyr, can develop a bitter taste during their production, which leads to consumer rejection. In a project at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, three research groups investigated how this bitter taste can be prevente ... more

Edible holograms could someday decorate foods

22-Feb-2021 Holograms are everywhere, from driver's licenses to credit cards to product packaging. And now, edible holograms could someday enhance foods. Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed a laser-based method to print nanostructured holograms on dried corn syrup films. The edible hologra ... more

Top Trends in Dairy Focus on Specific and Holistic Health Benefits

18-Feb-2021 The traditionally natural and nutritious image of dairy products is continuing to be a key driver in NPD, according to Innova Market Insights’Top Trends in Dairy 2021. This is despite the challenge posed by rising interest in plant-based diets and concerns over environmental and ethical iss ... more

Grupo Arcor and Ingredion Announce Joint Venture in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay

15-Feb-2021 Grupo Arcor, the leading food company of Argentina, and Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE: INGR), a leading global ingredient solutions provider to the food and beverage industry, have signed an agreement to create a joint venture that will leverage the two companies’ manufacturing expertise, co ... more

All news on dairy

New edible spoons at Spoontainable

03-Mar-2021 During the quiet winter months, the startup Spoontainable has been working intensively on the expansion and optimization of the existing product portfolio. Through an intensive exchange with customers and users, the team improved three weak points of the edible spoon made of oat shells and ... more

Meeting the meat needs of the future

03-Mar-2021 Humans are largely omnivores, and meat in various forms has always featured in the diet of most cultures. However, with the increasing population and pressure on the environment, traditional methods of meeting this fundamental food requirement are likely to fall short. Now, researchers at t ... more

High fructose diets could cause immune system damage - new research

02-Mar-2021 New research by Swansea scientists in collaboration with scientists at the University of Bristol and the Francis Crick Institute in London has indicated that consuming a diet high in the sugar fructose might prevent the proper functioning of peoples’ immune systems in ways that has, until n ... more

Not all “good” cholesterol is healthy

01-Mar-2021 HDL cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol) or good cholesterol is associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease as it transports cholesterol deposited in the arteries to the liver to be eliminated. This contrasts with the so-called bad cholesterol, LDL (low-density ... more

Loryma develops convincing vegan fish alternative

01-Mar-2021 Loryma, a specialist in wheat ingredients, introduces a new concept for trend-setting vegan fish products. Various functional wheat ingredients such as starches and proteins interact to authentically replicate the muscle meat of fish, and provide typical mouth feel. Using a modular principl ... more

Tönnies expands in the veggie market

01-Mar-2021 The Tönnies Group is also continuing its growth course in the market for vegetarian and vegan meat substitute products. The company is now bundling its activities in this segment with the consumer brands "es schmeckt", "Vevia" and "Gutfried veggie" in an independent business unit of Vevia 4 ... more

McPlant and more: Beyond Meat inks McDonald's, Yum deals

01-Mar-2021 Plant-based food company Beyond Meat will be partnering with several major fast-food chains in the coming years to expand offerings that could eventually include plant-based burgers, chalupas or toppings on a stuffed-crust pizza. Beyond Meat on Thursday announced distribution agreements wit ... more

25 years of quality and safety in the food sector

01-Mar-2021 Founded 25 years ago as LSG Hygiene Institute GmbH (LHI) and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Service Holding AG (LSG), the company has been owned by TÜV SÜD for many years - since July 2013 under the name TÜV SÜD Food Safety Institute GmbH (FSI). The aim and voluntary commitment is to guarantee f ... more

McCain Foods ‘Upping’ the Stakes in Vertical Farming with GoodLeaf

26-Feb-2021 McCain Foods Limited has made a substantial investment in TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture and its wholly owned subsidiary GoodLeaf Farms, Canada’s largest commercial vertical farming operation, to help drive the company’s growth and expansion plans.  With a focus on driving innovation in Ca ... more

Mosa Meat completes $85m Series B investment round

25-Feb-2021 Mosa Meat, the European food technology company that introduced the world's first cultivated beef hamburger in 2013, announced the third and last closing of its Series B funding. This third closing of $10m brings the total raised in the round to $85m. Investors in this last closing include ... more

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  • Business

    Modern Plant Based Foods announces product launch with the world's largest food wholesaler

    03-Mar-2021 Modern Plant Based Foods Inc, an award-winning manufacturer of plant-based foods, announced today that Modern Plant Based Foods products will now be distributed through the world's largest grocer. The new agreement includes the listing of Modern Plant Based Foods products in its Canadian di ... more

    New edible spoons at Spoontainable

    03-Mar-2021 During the quiet winter months, the startup Spoontainable has been working intensively on the expansion and optimization of the existing product portfolio. Through an intensive exchange with customers and users, the team improved three weak points of the edible spoon made of oat shells and ... more

    Danone To Convert Indirect Stake In China's Mengniu To Direct

    02-Mar-2021 French food company Danone SA announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with COFCO Dairy Investments Limited or CDI, to convert Danone's stake in China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd., currently held indirectly, into a direct holding. Mengniu is a Chinese manufacturing and distribution comp ... more

  • Career

    Delivery Hero Among Best Places to Work in Germany 2021

    26-Jan-2021 This week, Delivery Hero was certified as one of the best places to work in Germany in 2021. This award was granted by the “Best Places to Work” International Certification Program and is based on a thorough employee survey. It has always been our goal to build an inclusive company where ou ... more

    Job Interest Not a Big Predictor of Job Satisfaction

    25-Nov-2020 Most people closing in on a high school or college degree, and even those casting their career fates without a diploma, at some point take an interest assessment to help determine how their interests relate to different jobs. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, The Occupational Infor ... more

    Cargill and Rumba Meats Provide Support for Hispanic Community

    02-Sep-2020 In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, for the second consecutive year, Cargill andRumba Meats, its food brand focused on celebrating family and keeping Latino traditions alive, is partnering with theUnited States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) to award 25 scholarships of $1,000 for po ... more

  • Cooperation

    Roquette and BRAIN Group agree on production scale-up for protein sweetener

    02-Feb-2021 Roquette, a global leader in plant-based ingredients for food, nutrition and health markets, biotech pioneer BRAIN AG, and BRAIN Group company AnalytiCon Discovery have successfully completed the R&D phase for the development of Brazzein. The partners have now signed a contractual agreement ... more

    Hungry Planet announces partnership with Post Holdings

    28-Jan-2021 Hungry Planet® Inc., a plant-based meat company, today announced a partnership with Post Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:POST), a consumer packaged goods holding company. In this new partnership, Hungry Planet will work closely with Post’s Foodservice and Retail units to expand the distribution of Hun ... more

    Bundled competence in the can sector

    27-Aug-2020 The KHS Group and Ferrum AG are intensifying their longstanding cooperation. Pending approval from antitrust authorities, KHS GmbH will be acquiring a stake in Ferrum Packaging AG. The aim is to optimally bundle the competencies of both machine-engineering companies to form a common system ... more

  • Finances

    Nestlé completes CHF 20 billion share buyback program

    03-Jan-2020 Nestlé S.A. today announced that it has completed its 20 billion share buyback program initiated on July 4, 2017. Since July 4, 2017, Nestlé has repurchased 225,186,059 of its shares for a total of CHF 20 billion at an average purchase price per share of CHF 88.82. A total of 136,160,000 re ... more

    AB Inbev wants to raise five billion dollars by going public in Asia

    12-Sep-2019 According to Kreisen, the world's largest beer brewer AB Inbev wants to raise about 5 billion US dollars (about 4.5 billion euros) with its new plan for the IPO of the Asian division. The Belgian group is currently testing the interest of investors and could publish details next week, the n ... more

    Stock market hype surrounding Beyond Meat fades away

    26-Jun-2019 The high flight of Beyond Meat has ended for the time being - at least at the stock exchange. The US company with the coveted vegan burgers once again suffered heavy price losses at the beginning of the week, and the share was trading weaker for the fifth day in a row. Although the company ... more

  • Laws

    EU authority gives green light for products with mealworms

    14-Jan-2021 The European Food Safety Authority has given the green light to new products such as grilled flour beetle larvae and pasta containing parts of these insects. This was announced by the experts of the analytical authority, EFSA for short, in the Italian city of Parma on Wednesday. They presen ... more

    Foreign food must not simply look like original

    21-Dec-2020 Food from foreign suppliers may not be called the same or look the same as agricultural products with a protected designation of origin in EU states without further ado. The European Court of Justice on Thursday banned products that are so similar in shape and appearance to a product with a ... more

    The veggie burger gets to keep its name

    26-Oct-2020 It was about the veggie sausage: According to the will of the European Parliament, vegetable meat substitutes should continue to be allowed to bear designations such as "steak", "burger" or other animal-like names. The EU Parliament rejected a corresponding bill on Friday. A compromise draf ... more

  • Market

    ProSweets Cologne 2020: Packaging for sweets and snacks

    15-Oct-2019 What requirements will packaging for confectionery and snacks have to meet in 2020 and beyond? ProSweets Cologne, which will take place from 2 to 5 February 2020, will provide answers to this question. Less plastic, more renewable raw materials, lower packaging weight and recyclability are ... more

    Eating with a conscience: Almost a fifth of all food and drink launches in Europe are organic

    03-Oct-2019 With the doors set to open for Anuga 2019 (5th – 9th October), the latest research from Mintel reveals there has never been so much choice for organic food and drink lovers across the globe. According to Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD), in the last 10 years, the total number of n ... more

    Proposed cut for herring harvest could affect lobster catch

    10-Dec-2018 Fishermen who seek one of the most important bait fish on the East Coast are likely to see a dramatic reduction next year in the amount they are allowed to harvest, and the change could have major implications for lobster consumers. The commercial fishery for herring is a major industry in ... more

  • People

    Home consumption drives growth in Arla’s brands during pandemic

    12-Feb-2021 In a year of volatility and global disruption due to COVID-19, the farmer owned European dairy cooperative Arla quickly reshaped the business to meet the spike in home consumption and high demand for trusted household dairy products while offsetting negative impacts in other sectors. In 20 ... more

    Amber Beverage Group acting CEO named best female CEO of the year

    08-Feb-2021 Amber Beverage Group (ABG) Acting CEO, Jekaterina Stuģe has been named Best Female CEO  from Latvia of the Year 2020 in the Global 100 Annual Awards. 2020 was the 12th year of the Awards, which recognise the achievements and expertise of companies and individuals operating to the highest st ... more

    Kathryn Mikells, Chief Financial Officer, to leave Diageo at the end of June 2021

    15-Jan-2021 Today, Diageo plc (‘Diageo’) has announced that Kathryn Mikells (‘Kathy’), Chief Financial Officer, will leave the company at the end of June 2021 and will return to the US after almost six years in role. Lavanya Chandrashekar, Chief Financial Officer, Diageo North America and Global Head o ... more

  • Politics

    Antitrust: Commission opens formal investigation into possible trade restrictions by Mondelēz

    02-Feb-2021 The European Commission has opened a formal antitrust investigation to assess whether Mondelēz has restricted competition in a range of national markets for chocolate, biscuits and coffee by hindering the cross-border trade of these products between EU Member States, which would be in breac ... more

    The veggie burger gets to keep its name

    26-Oct-2020 It was about the veggie sausage: According to the will of the European Parliament, vegetable meat substitutes should continue to be allowed to bear designations such as "steak", "burger" or other animal-like names. The EU Parliament rejected a corresponding bill on Friday. A compromise draf ... more

    Now it's about the veggie sausage

    23-Oct-2020 On Friday, the European Parliament will vote on a draft law that would ban the use of animal-sounding names for plant-based foods. The possibility for manufacturers to call their meat substitutes soya schnitzel or tofu burgers would be a thing of the past - but the project is viewed with sc ... more

  • Price Development

    Grocery prices are soaring, but for how long?

    18-May-2020 Panic buying has increased significantly in the US which, by default, has increased demand substantially during COVID-19. Research from Mintel’s Global COVID-19 Consumer Tracker indicates that more than half of US consumers are placing a higher priority on groceries above all other product ... more

    Arla Foods amba confirms March milk price

    25-Feb-2020 Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional milk will increase by 1 eurocent for March 2020. When applied to the UK manufacturing price it will increase by 0.90 pence per litre to 30.94ppl. The Arla on-account price for UK organic milk will decrease by 1 eurocent for March 2020 whic ... more

    Scarce vanilla harvest

    05-Aug-2019 The important ice-cream ingredient vanilla is showing a lower harvest and thus persistently high prices. "We expect the harvest to be 20 to 25 percent lower than last year," said Georges Geeraerts, head of Madagascar's vanilla export association, in an initial assessment of yields in the wo ... more

  • Research

    Meeting the meat needs of the future

    03-Mar-2021 Humans are largely omnivores, and meat in various forms has always featured in the diet of most cultures. However, with the increasing population and pressure on the environment, traditional methods of meeting this fundamental food requirement are likely to fall short. Now, researchers at t ... more

    High fructose diets could cause immune system damage - new research

    02-Mar-2021 New research by Swansea scientists in collaboration with scientists at the University of Bristol and the Francis Crick Institute in London has indicated that consuming a diet high in the sugar fructose might prevent the proper functioning of peoples’ immune systems in ways that has, until n ... more

    Not all “good” cholesterol is healthy

    01-Mar-2021 HDL cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol) or good cholesterol is associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease as it transports cholesterol deposited in the arteries to the liver to be eliminated. This contrasts with the so-called bad cholesterol, LDL (low-density ... more

  • Technology

    New Global Networking Initiative: iba.CONNECTING EXPERTS 2021

    21-Oct-2020 72 hours of meeting new people and establishing new contacts: iba is once again responding to the industry’s needs by showing its power as a trend-setter and driving force. In light of the current restrictions and lack of exchange within the industry, it is expanding its portfolio to includ ... more

    How population growth will shape the future of the food industry

    05-Mar-2020 From climate change to geopolitical upheavals, this century will confront the global food industry and the food of the future with many challenges. But one megatrend in particular will have a major impact on supply chains and production processes: the growth of the world's population. The q ... more

    Hot noodle dish delivered by drone

    04-Dec-2019 The start of a limited delivery trial in Guangzhou, China, as part of the joint development of a drone cargo service was announced today at XAG headquarters.This joint development agreement was originally signed 02 July 2019 at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Dalian (China) by Dirk Hoke, ... more

  • Product development

    New Tanqueray 0.0%

    24-Feb-2021 Crafted from the same distilled botanicals as London Dry, Tanqueray 0.0% offers an alcohol-free option that captures the unmistakable spirit of Tanqueray perfectly. Today is the launch of Tanqueray 0.0%, an alcohol-free spirit alternative to Tanqueray London Dry gin, a mindful drink option ... more

    Nestlé’s first vegan KitKat

    16-Feb-2021 One of the world's most popular confectionery bars will soon have a delicious plant-based option that delivers the perfect balance between crispy wafer and smooth chocolate that people know and love. Alexander von Maillot, Head of Confectionery at Nestlé, said: "One of the most common reque ... more

    Cargill unveils seaweed powder to address consumers’ appetites for label-friendly ingredients

    10-Feb-2021 Food manufacturers can now achieve the rich eating experience consumers desire with Cargill’s new label-friendly WavePure® seaweed powder. Produced from native seaweed and obtained without chemical modification, Cargill is the first to make large, commercial-scale quantities of this familia ... more

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    Reducing fresh fruit juice sugar naturally

    16-Feb-2021 Process engineering group GEA and Israeli foodtech start-up Better Juice have joined forces to help beverage manufacturers produce healthier, lower-sugar fruit juice. Better Juice has developed a groundbreaking solution that naturally reduces the amount of sugar in fresh juice by up to 80 p ... more

    Using radar to detect foreign objects in foods

    04-Nov-2020 Foreign objects – glass splinters, for example – that find their way into foods can be hazardous to consumers. Established X-ray techniques detect primarily metals – glass, plastic and wood pose a challenge. SAMMI®, a new prototype, fills this gap: using radar, it has already detected glass ... more

    New Global Networking Initiative: iba.CONNECTING EXPERTS 2021

    21-Oct-2020 72 hours of meeting new people and establishing new contacts: iba is once again responding to the industry’s needs by showing its power as a trend-setter and driving force. In light of the current restrictions and lack of exchange within the industry, it is expanding its portfolio to includ ... more

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