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Our editorial board comprises a specialist group of leading industry figures who, in conjunction with the food processing technology editorial team, identify the main drivers of the industry helping to produce regular, thought provoking opinion pieces on the latest issues, challenges and developments.

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Inside Food: Issue 8
04 April, 2014
In our latest issue we profile the fast growing cold-pressed sector, look at the transformation of instant noodles, discover the secrets behind salted chocolate, and much...
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March’s top stories: Nestlé's research centre, Pure Hold's sanitising door handle 04 April, 2014 Nestlé opened a new research centre, Nestlé Food Safety Institute (NFSI), in Beijing, China, while Pure Hold launched a new door handle that sanitises users' hands when they open the...

Inside Food Awards: Ones to Watch 2014 01 April, 2014 In recognition of the industry’s drive for healthier, more productive and more responsible practices, we present the Inside Food Awards – Ones to Watch 2014, which acknowledges companies...

Raising the Bar: Intelligent chocolate 01 April, 2014 Chocolate can play an integral part in a well-balanced diet. Need evidence? Ross Davies gets the facts from Jane Shandley, co-founder of IQ Chocolate, the first to have its health claims...

Double hit: the world’s most expensive coffee beans 27 March, 2014 Thai Black Ivory followed by the Indonesian Kopi Luwak currently hold the title of the world’s most expensive coffee beans. Food-processing technology.com lists the top ten most expensive...

Going Gourmet: High-end confectionery 19 March, 2014 The trend for sweet treats is becoming increasingly gourmet. Ross Davies gets the details from Hans Sloane, managing director at Brian Watt, and Art of Mallow founder, Philippa...

February's top stories: DMPL buys Del Monte unit; Arla Foods announces investment plan 04 March, 2014 Del Monte Pacific (DMPL) bought Del Monte's consumer food business for $1.67bn, while Arla Food is set to invest DKK2.2bn in ten of its dairy sites. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps up the...

The hunt is on: innovative uses for honey 21 February, 2014 Perhaps Winnie the Pooh foresaw Shamus Ogilvy’s global hunt for fine honey when he declared, “A search for the honey is on!” Charlotte Richardson Andrews learns how Ogilvy Honey is creating a...

The ten most traded food and beverage commodities 20 February, 2014 Seafood is the most popular food commodity traded in the world, with fish topping the traded food / beverage commodity list in 2013 with a whopping $130bn, followed by soybeans and wheat,...

Meat-Free: competition rises in the sausage market 17 February, 2014 by Frances Marcellin (Née Cook) Frances Marcellin learns how two new companies, Great Food and Secret Sausages,as well as market leader, Quorn, are gaining a competitive edge in the sausage...

Inside Drinks Magazine: Issue 7 14 February, 2014 In the latest issue we look at the gazpacho revolution set to take the UK by storm, investigate the growing popularity of raw vegetable and fruit drinks, take a look at high pressure processing...

Clever Diets: Smart ingredients that change their structure could fight obesity 11 February, 2014 Scientists are developing ingredients that change their structure after ingestion to prolong satiation. Could this help the fight against obesity? Frances Marcellin speaks to the research team...

January's top stories: EU protected status for three British foods; PepsiCo's $5bn expansion plan 03 February, 2014 by Santosh Kumar Dronamraju Three new British foods achieved Protected Food Name (PFN) status, Vion sold its ingredients unit in a €1.6bn deal, while PepsiCo is set to invest $5bn in Mexico over the next five...

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