Bold, meaty flavored chips and extra spicy meat snacks are trending as manufacturers strive to excite millennial tastebuds, says a Euromonitor analyst.
Recent data from Symphony Consulting (click here ), shows that while US retail sales of products making ‘natural’ claims still grew in 2012, the pace of that growth slowed noticeably compared...
Industry efforts to reduce and/or remove trans fats from food products have led to progress, but this progress is slowing, and the industry must continue its effort to reformulate, says...
American women are 15% more likely to snack than their male counterparts, according to research from The NPD Group’s SnackTrack.
There are two speeds when it comes to energy products: Slow and fast, says Mintel trend-spotting guru David Jago.
Food industry encouragement of physical activity in obesity prevention should be welcomed, according to an obesity expert who spoke at the European Congress on Obesity in the UK on Monday.
Europe’s biggest healthy foods, ingredients and supplements expo and conference kicks off tomorrow in Geneva.
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BakeryandSnacks.com is heading to Vitafoods Europe next week to bring you all the latest on functional ingredients for our industry.
Snack makers must cast aside stereotypes when targeting the BRIC region because the markets and consumers are a lot more complicated, an analyst says.
Growth rates of several individual label claims under the health & wellness umbrella have started to level off, according to new research from Symphony Consulting.
Organic food brands should not be afraid of using health claims to market their products, as a new study suggests the two concepts are not as incompatible as the industry...
On paper at least, boxed breakfast cereal ticks all the right boxes. It’s quick, great value for money, and nutritious - the perfect recession-proof food.
In February 2012, Kraft unveiled a category first: MilkBite milk and granola bars for the refrigerated dairy aisle combining “real milk” (and as much calcium as an 8floz glass of...
The complex consumer has less money to spend, won't compromise on quality and wants choice. But do you know what drives them?
Europe is set to sink into a progressive nutrition dark age under the heavy hand of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) regime, says a leading food law attorney.
Burton’s Biscuit Company is investing £13.5M in its manufacturing operations to enhance production, support new product development, and meet growing demand for its biscuits.
Regionally produced specialty baked goods that use ancient grains hold promise for smaller German bakers, the president of the German Federation of Bakers says.
Bakers in Egypt have joined forces to protest against a government program to begin rationing subsidized bread.
There are tremendous opportunities for Hispanic snacks that target non-Hispanic consumers, but products must be spicy and authentic, according to a marketing expert.
Food and drink production in the EU remained flat in the fourth quarter of last year as some raw materials became costlier, according to data from FoodDrinkEurope.
There is huge potential in sliced bread and rolls in Australia as consumers look for cheap and easy lunch options in the wake of a turbulent economy, an analyst says.
We’re dusting our hands off after completing some tasty revamp work on BakeryandSnacks.com that will bring you closer to industry on a global level.
FoodNavigator-Asia reported this week that New Zealand’s Taura Natural Ingredients is getting ready to launch a new range of concentrated fruit pieces for bakery and food service operators in Asia....
A new interactive graphical database offering market insights for food and beverage ingredients will help manufacturers and suppliers identify new trends and grow their business, according to RTS.