Mekitec has helped an expanding US-based bakery deal with increased demand.
Snack makers are gearing up for renewed nutrition focus in the EU when the Netherlands takes presidency of the Council in 2016, says the director-general of the European Snacks Association (ESA).
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is going to squeeze smaller snack players who may not have the finances and resources to implement required changes under regulations, warns a lawyer.
Bühler has said the Internet of Things (IoT) could be one way of improving the safety of food and feed in the future.
Snack product developers must carefully consider microbial risks that could be associated with use of new ingredients or processes, says an expert.
Bakers must be prioritize and collaborate in the face of policy upheaval on nutrition, ingredients and food safety this year, warns the American Bakers Association (ABA).
The German confectionery industry has slammed plans for a 19% tax proposal on sugar aimed at reducing obesity - but the social democrat party denies that such a 'sin tax'...
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has said initial results which prompted cumin products to be recalled for containing almond were wrong and positive readings were caused by mahaleb.
The EU’s central science agency has clarified health claim procedures after a furore over a CLA weight management submission BASF and Stepan Lipid Nutrition unsuccessfully attempted to withdraw from the...
A pioneering salt reduction scheme was derailed by the UK government leading to 6000 preventable deaths, says Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH).
The UK needs more whole grain products and daily intake recommendations to drive consumption up to healthy levels, says an expert.
Front-of-pack labelling can be useful but health policy-makers are naïve if they think that this alone will result in healthier food choices, say researchers - environment, motivation and psychology must...
As widely predicted, multiple class action lawsuits were filed against KIND on Friday following the publication of a Food & Drug Administration (FDA) warning letter citing a long list of...
KIND LLC says it is working closely with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to address a long list of concerns raised by the agency in a warning letter...
Bakers must make crucial food safety step changes beyond the oven, particularly with implementation of the US Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) ongoing, warns a food safety specialist.
Neogen has launched a test that can simultaneously detect six tree nuts in 10 minutes after extraction.
A pan-European list outlining the pros and cons of different insect species, their nutritional content and environmental impact is needed says ANSES.
The nuts and spices contamination scandal is continuing to affect companies across Europe.
Australian supermarket major Coles must pay A$2.5m in penalties over false and misleading ‘fresh’ claims on its par-baked products, a federal court has ruled.
CDR and Filsorb have launched a benchtop analyser for quality control of raw materials when purchased, stored and during production.
RF Biocidics has installed its radio frequency equipment at an almond firm to eliminate possible harmful contaminants.
Bühler has carried out tests with the American Peanut Research & Education Society (APRES) to evaluate the effectiveness of industrial peanut dry roasting parameters in Salmonella reduction using Salmonella surrogate,...
Pleas to ditch ‘unhealthy’ snacks at tills have met with “disappointing” responses from Marks & Spencer (M&S) and WHSmith, according to the nutritionist driving the campaign.
Price policies could encourage healthier diets, according to a new publication by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Europe.
Belgium has become the latest country to be dragged into the nuts and spices contamination issue.