Disappointing financial results reveal weaknesses inside one of the world’s biggest food producers as threats to business success mount.
28 February 2019
28 January 2019
Between 1997-1999 and 2009- 2011, food allergy prevalence among children increased by 50 per cent, according to US data.
7 January 2019
Sugar consumption is on the rise for children, as well as obesity rates, and products such as biscuits and confectionery are a likely target for expanding a sugar tax levy...
26 December 2018
The Dutch Advertising Authority has ruled that food and drink manufacturers can only use claims of “no added sugar” on products where no refined sugar or other sugar-containing ingredients have...
20 December 2018
Mars has decided to discontinue its fruit and nut snack bar Goodness Knows from the UK market 18 months since its release.
7 December 2018
The recent expansion of the NHS’s Type 2 Diabetes reversal plan, which is reliant on nutritionally balanced meal replacement drinks, could put the spotlight back on them as a choice...
6 December 2018
Despite uncertainty over how well a plant-based fish alternative will stand against the ‘real thing’, optimism for Tuno remains, supported by strong demand from ethical eaters and health-conscious foodies alike.
27 November 2018
As soon as the process is perfected, clean meat will disrupt all stages of meat production and retail.
16 November 2018
Müller’s newly identified yoghurt culture could change yoghurt formulation processes in the future. With a less sour taste, it allows Müller to use less sugar to recreate the same flavours...
16 October 2018
Following the introduction of a levy on sugary soft drinks in the UK earlier this year, it has been reported that similar measures could potentially be introduced for chocolate and...