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All articles by GlobalData Consumer

  1. Are microwaveable baking products transforming into something exotic?

    As technology continues to streamline our daily lives, we are becoming increasingly demanding that new food products have the same…
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    11 Oct
  2. Can little brands save Big Food?

    Big Food has big problems. Image courtesy of Dean Hochman “Consumers have lost faith in legacy food products” commented Bernstein…
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    10 Oct
  3. Would you like a large waistline with that? Upselling in the fast food industry

    Obesity is once again in the limelight as the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) released a new report about…
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    6 Oct
  4. Will Albertsons’ surprise purchase of Plated trigger a run in supermarket-meal kit service marriages?

    On draft day in the US National Football League, when professional American football teams select new players from the college…
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    2 Oct
  5. How bitcoin will prevent the next horse meat scandal

    Blockchains, a crucial element of the technology that powers Bitcoin, will soon be helping food and drink companies to improve…
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    28 Sep
  6. Will the reveal of fourth chocolate type ‘Ruby’ have any effect on the confectionery market?

    Barry Callebaut’s ruby chocolate is the perfect product for the social media age. Millennials will fight to be the first…
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    27 Sep
  7. China: a land of milk & money?

    It should be a no brainer. A country which – although already having the world’s second largest baby population is taking…
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    26 Sep
  8. Could a flood of bogus ‘organic’ foods sour the millennial love affair with organics?

    Millennials are some of the biggest fans of organic foods and drinks. Americans in this 18-35-year-old age range have become…
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    25 Sep
  9. Love it or Hate it? It’s all down to your DNA

    Arguably the UK’s most divisive food brand, Marmite, is claiming that our love – or perhaps hate – for the…
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    19 Sep
  10. Mainstream brands muscle in on the growing protein opportunity

    The trend for all things “protein” has been riding high for the last few years, driven by rising health consciousness…
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    18 Sep

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