University of Manchester researchers have published a study highlighting the carbon impact of both pre-made and home-made sandwiches. Elliot Gardner finds out more about the worst offenders.
Supermarkets are responsible for a large amount of the UK's food waste, but announcements from Tesco and the East of England Co-op have charities hopeful.
Research has shown that consumers are now far more conscious of the origin of the fresh and processed meat they buy. Callum Tyndall looks at the impact the horsemeat scandal...
With more traceability schemes in place, consumer confidence and trust within the industry is slowly being regained after being rocked by scandals. Andy Singh finds out more.
In the latest issue of Inside Food we look at the snacking sector, origin labels and much more
Popcorn sales are rising fast, but why do people eat it? And does it have staying power? Elliot Gardner finds out more.
The frozen food market has survived recent scandals to rebrand itself as a luxury product. Liz Wilks at Asia Pulp and Paper explains how and why innovation and design in...
Chicken and other poultry meats are being recalled in their highest numbers for more than a decade. Elliot Gardner speaks to expert recall management firm Stericycle to find out why.
Firmenich, Danone and Mars to invest in vanilla project in Madagascar, and Nestlé Breakfast Cereals is to further reduce sugar content by 10% by the end of next year. Foodprocessing-technology.com...
Free-from diets have now become commonplace and are no longer dismissed as a fad, but where has the increase in food allergies come from? Callum Tyndall finds out more.