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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 17
15 July, 2016
In the latest issue of Inside Food magazine we take a look at new labelling regulations, alternative desserts, sugar backlash and much...
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An appetite for industry: the ten biggest food companies by revenue 12 July, 2016 The world’s leading food processors feed a tremendous market share through diverse offerings, with stakes in agriculture, equipment, services as well as the manufacture of all manner of...

June's top stories: Danone-Michel et Augustin deal, Nestlé’s sodium plans 06 July, 2016 by Shalini M P Nair Michel et Augustin shareholders have entered negotiations to enable Danone to acquire a minority interest in the company, and Nestlé extended its collaboration with Chromocell Corporation to...

May's top stories: Givaudan's Pakistan plant, US Foods to acquire Freshway 05 June, 2016 by Shalini M P Nair Givaudan has opened laboratory and office facilities in Pakistan, and US Foods agreed to buy fresh fruit processor Freshway Foods. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps up key headlines from...

April's top stories: Nestle Dreyer's to improve ingredients, Adam Foods to buy Groupo Bimbo brands 05 May, 2016 by Shalini M P Nair Nestle Dreyer's decided to improve the primary ingredients in six of its ice cream brands, and Adam Foods signed an agreement with Groupo Bimbo to purchase Panrico bread and pastry brand in...

On the pulse: sustainable food production 20 April, 2016 The United Nations officially dubbed 2016 to be the International Year of Pulses, to heighten public awareness about the crops and to increase sustainable food production. Sonia Sharma finds...

Inside Food: Issue 16 14 April, 2016 In the latest issue of Inside Food magazine We take a look at the rise in vegan and vegetarian diets, discover how black garlic has burst onto the UK food market and find out what can be done...

Techniques to preserve food in Australia 13 April, 2016 Curing food through smoking, salting, drying or fermentation is an ancient food preservation and flavour enhancing method that has seen a rise in popularity, most notably in Australia. Heidi...

Food for thought: preventing malnourishment in older people 11 April, 2016 One in ten older people suffer from, or are at risk of suffering from malnutrition, but despite the pervasive nature of the condition the issue receive little attention. Daniel Davies asks...

Choose veg: Germany's shift to vegetarian options 06 April, 2016 Germany is famed for being a meat-loving nation but a large number of people are turning to vegetarianism. Ceri Jones finds out why....

March's top stories: Nestle USA recalls three million packages, South Korea culls 11,604 ducks 04 April, 2016 by Shalini M P Nair Nestle USA has initiated a voluntary recall of three million packages of Lean Cuisine, DiGiorno pizza and Stouffer's frozen dinners, and South Korea has slaughtered 11,604 ducks after bird...

Thirsty work: the world’s biggest beer makers 11 March, 2016 The impending Anheuser-Busch InBev SABMiller merger will create one of the biggest single market companies in the world, dwarfing their competition, but until that happens they will have to...

February's top stories: UK Government rejects sugar tax of 20%, Chobani rejects PepsiCo's bid 07 March, 2016 by Shalini M P Nair The UK Government has rejected plans to levy sugar tax of up to 20% as a measure to control obesity in the country, and Greek yogurt manufacturer Chobani has rejected PepsiCo's bid to purchase...

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