Regularly eating cereal fibre could reduce the risk of heart disease-related deaths by up to 18% and cancer mortality by 15%, a new analysis claims.
High-protein food has made the leap from diet and fitness fad to mainstream food trend quicker than a CrossFitter can swing a Kettlebell.
Analysis of UK supermarket listings has revealed how the protein boom is changing the mix of cereals and snacks on retailers' shelves.
Kellogg has set up a venture capital fund that will be used to invest in businesses developing new ingredients, foods, packaging and technology.
Monsanto and Remington Holding have formed a joint venture to develop and market sorghum.
Once shunned for their distinct taste and texture, whole grains are gaining acceptance among more Americans for these same attributes thanks in part to innovative restaurateurs and chefs who are using...
Belvita owner Mondelēz International has said a UK study claiming breakfast biscuits may be “no healthier for you than a bowl of Kellogg’s Coco Pops” has ignored the full nutritional profile...
A sugar tax of 20% could discourage shoppers from buying unhealthier breakfast cereals, research has shown.
Families, ingredient claims, and variety in packaging and flavors have been flagged up as key drivers of growth in the US snacking market.
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.
Biotech firm Meiogenix and yeast supplier Lesaffre are to work together to develop new baker’s yeasts.
Global sugar prices have rocketed 30% since mid-April as the balance between supply and demand tightens. In Europe prices have remained steady but could soon increase, according to Rabobank’s latest...
A Finnish project is to investigate the main hurdles and opportunities for the edible insect industry by linking up input from multidisciplinary players from relevant sectors.
Another major US manufacturer has voluntarily recalled products over fears they may contain undeclared peanut residue.
From 20th June, manufacturers will be able to claim a “lower blood glucose rise” when using non-digestible carbohydrates as sugar replacers, following the publication of a new article 13.5 claim in...
BakeryandSnacks has been at the Free-from Food Expo in Amsterdam this week. Here are a few of the sights, soundbites and tastes that caught our attention.
With 96% of US consumers snacking between meals – and the lines between mealtimes continuing to blur – analysts say the range of foods accepted as a snack continues to grow.
Yildiz Holding is bringing together its core confectionery and bakery businesses to form new global company Pladis.
Almost three years after winning a positive EFSA opinion linking sugar replacement and tooth health, the claim has been written into EU law books.
Ingredients supplier Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has partnered with GLG Life Tech Corporation to market stevia and monk fruit sweeteners.
The list of products being pulled from shelves over fears they contain sunflower seeds contaminated with a bacteria that that causes listeria continues to grow.
General Mills is this month rolling out Tiny Toast, described as the manufacturer’s first new US cereal brand in 15 years.
Clif, Nature Valley, Quaker and Spitz are among brands that have pulled snack products from US store shelves in the past 24 hours after ingredients supplier SunOpta extended its recall...
SunOpta – the supplier connected to a raft of US recalls relating to potential sunflower seed contamination – has extended the recall period of its products for a second time.
South American food producer Hathor Group is looking to secure US distribution for its Grano cookies and granola.