All articles by GlobalData Consumer

  1. Is ‘Free-From’ food as healthy as we think?

    Consumers are cutting out one, or even several, ingredients such as gluten or dairy, in the belief that it will…
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    24 Nov
  2. Delivering on the promise of the smart kitchen

    Convenience, the main driver of commercial technological products, has reached new horizons as artificial intelligence establishes its presence in our…
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    24 Nov
  3. Nestlé turns away from globalisation

    Picking up on the current inward-looking mood that seems to be sweeping through many countries, Nestlé is moving away from…
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    21 Nov
  4. Hydroponics: a battle for the soul of the organic food concept

    With one vote, the US National Organic Standards Board may have created the perfect conditions for a civil war over…
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    13 Nov
  5. KitKat Japan unveils personalized souvenir vending machine

    For many visitors to Japan, souvenir shopping means getting their hands on Kit Kat, which are greatly popular in the…
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    13 Nov
  6. Here’s what the Catalan referendum means for food and drink companies

    As the fallout from the disputed Catalan independence referendum continues, food and drinks companies will be bracing themselves for more…
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    10 Nov
  7. Would you eat meat that was grown in a tank?

    Yes, say Richard Branson and Bill Gates. So too do a growing number of well-funded start-ups trying to make meat…
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    1 Nov
  8. Rising overpopulation is likely to hinder food standards around the world

    Population continues to rise globally, especially in the UK, exacerbating concerns over food standards. According to the Office for National…
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    31 Oct
  9. Marketing the vegan lifestyle to health-conscious newcomers

    November is World Vegan Month, and to mark the occasion, the UK’s Vegan Society has unveiled two new initiatives: V…
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    31 Oct
  10. Clean label: what it means to consumers

    Within the food industry, small brands, often highly localised, are being credited with starting a clean revolution. Their emergence onto…
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    30 Oct
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