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General Mills to expand free-from range as cereal sales return to growth

General Mills has unveiled NPD plans including new gluten-free Cheerios and natural products as it looks to maintain growth in its cereals business.

Summer Fancy Food Show 2016

Seaweed: How a Korean side dish became a hit with US snackers

In half a decade, seaweed has made the leap from traditional Korean side dish to an ingredient making a big impression on the US snacking scene.

Made in Italy app will fight €60 billion industry of 'fake' Italian food, say creators

The creators of Italcheck, an app to verify genuine Italian products for shoppers and aid manufacturers fight food fraud, will help fight against the €60 billion fake Italian products black market.

Summer Fancy Food Show 2016

European invasion: The candy and snacks coming to the US in 2016

European confections and snacks have become increasingly appealing to American consumers for their premium quality and health benefits. European Confections, a New York-based confectionery importer, will bring over 20 new...

Biscuits Dupon turns to Franz Haas to produce 18,000 sugar cones per hour

Sugar cone manufacturer Biscuits Dupon has partnered with Franz Haas Food Equipment to install two Caiman-D-300 lines to produce 18,000 sugar cones per hour at its factory in Spain.

Tyrrells investing in Australian factory to expand brand in APAC markets

UK snacks supplier Tyrrells is investing in Yarra Valley Snack Foods – the Australian business it acquired last year – as it looks to expand the Tyrrells brand in the...

General Mills and South Dakota State University open oats research lab

General Mills and South Dakota State University are to work together in a bid to improve the nutritional qualities of oats and develop varieties with higher yields.

Summer Fancy Food Show 2016

Saratoga Chips moves to organic popcorn segment with $200K investment

US kettle chip manufacturer Saratoga Chips launched its first popcorn line, OrganicPop.

Don't give children palm oil, says Italian consumer group

After finding that 12 kids' food products from Nestlé, Barilla, Ferrero and Danone contain high levels of carcinogen 3-MCPD, Italian consumer group Altroconsumo is calling on parents to stop giving products that...

Exports and artisan bread key to growth as Bridor targets $1.1bn annual sales

International bakery business Bridor has unveiled plans to doubles its turnover to €1bn ($1.1bn) by 2020.

Mars launches M&M’s, Bounty and Galaxy trail mixes in UK

Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats has launched a range of trail mixes under confectionery brands M&M’s, Bounty and Galaxy in the UK.

US flatbread and tortilla manufacturer Mesa Foods acquired by Teasdale

Kentucky-based tortilla and flatbread manufacturer Mesa Foods has been acquired by Hispanic foods specialist Teasdale Foods.

Hand-made, small-batch trend fuels Gaslamp popcorn product launch

California popcorn brand Gaslamp is introducing new flavor Malibu Mix to grocery stores across the state as it continues to tap demand for locally produced food.

Kellogg to invest $100m in start-up food firms through venture capital fund

Kellogg has set up a venture capital fund that will be used to invest in businesses developing new ingredients, foods, packaging and technology.

Fazer Group to expand bakery operations in Russia and Finland

International bakery and confectionery business Fazer Group has announced it is to expand its operations with a new factory in Russia and the acquisition of an artisanal bakery in Finland.

Heard of himanthalia? Dutch start-up aims to replace carb-heavy pasta with seaweed

Himanthalia - or sea spaghetti - may not be commonly known. But as a healthy like-for-like pasta replacement that boosts vegetable intake and is harvested in a sustainable way, it...

Snack Attack 2016

Good Health unveils new lines including brand's first tortilla chips

Vegetable-based snacks brand Good Health is rolling out three new products in the US this summer - including its first tortilla chips.

Belgium to reduce nation's calorie intake by 5%

Belgian manufacturers and retailers have signed a voluntary convention with the Health Minister to cut the nation's calorie intake by 5% by next year - but without independent monitoring, critics...

Peanut residue alert

Now Mars recalls snacks over fear of peanut residue in Grain Craft flour

Mars Chocolate North America has recalled a selection of its Combos snacks over fears they may have been produced with flour containing undeclared peanut residue.

How can food manufacturers incentivise sustainability and boost growth?

From green bonuses for Dutch dairy farmers to better crop efficiency for Italian wheat growers, European manufacturers are finding ways to make agricultural sustainability good for the planet and good...

Hostess acquires Superior on Main to tap in-store bakery growth

Hostess Brands has made its first acquisition since coming under new ownership itself in 2013.

When sweets and snacks go 'thin'

Sweets and snacks companies are increasingly targeting consumers by branding their products “thin” to suggest convenience or health, or to tap the snacking chocolate trend.

United Biscuits North America MD Francheterre to lead Tangerine Confectionery

United Biscuits Europe and North America managing director Anthony Francheterre has been named CEO of Tangerine Confectionery.

Snack Attack 2016

Marinade brand Soy Vay enters snack category with popped rice clusters

Asian marinades brand Soy Vay has extended into the US snacks category with the launch of popped rice clusters.

Listeria alert: SunOpta sunflower fears cross Pond with Bounce UK recall

A widespread product recall that has affected hundred of US products has crossed the Pond with the recall of Bounce protein balls in the UK.

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