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William Reed Business Media SAS (a William Reed Business Media group company), is a business-to-business publisher supplying strategically relevant news directly to the desktops of decision-makers in the science, cosmetics and food industries. The group runs innovative online marketing solutions for leading international industry providers.

Today, the company runs 19 highly targeted industry platforms and over 30 e-newsletters in industries such as food, beverage, nutritional supplements, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

Food & Beverage

FoodNavigator.com
FoodNavigator-USA.com
FoodNavigator-Asia.com
FoodAndDrinkEurope.com
FoodProductionDaily.com
FoodQualityNews.com
BakeryAndSnacks.com
BeverageDaily.com
ConfectioneryNews.com
DairyReporter.com
GlobalMeatNews.com

Nutrition

NutraIngredients.com
NutraIngredients-USA.com

Pharmaceuticals

in-PharmaTechnologist.com
Outsourcing-Pharma.com
BioPharma-Reporter.com

Cosmetics

CosmeticsDesign.com USA
CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com
CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com

Spotlight

Acrylamide opinion ESA to seek clearer categorization

ESA on acrylamide safety concerns: 'We’ll be seeking clarity and clear categorization'

The European Snack Association (ESA) says it welcomes EFSA’s recent draft opinion on acrylamide in food, but...

Chia seed, tartary buckwheat gluten-free bread ticks nutritional boxes

Chia seed, tartary buckwheat gluten-free bread ticks nutritional boxes: Research

Gluten-free bread made with omega-3 and flavonoid-rich chia seed and tartary buckwheat flour has 12 times greater...

Cereal snacks without milk: Canadean

‘Stand-still’ cereal segment should consider milk-less snack bags: Canadean

Cereal makers should consider moving NPD away from the breakfast table and introducing milk-free snack bags to...

Germany: Gender influences savory snacks purchases says Canadean

Gender influences savory snacks purchases in Germany: Canadean

In Germany women are more likely to choose indulgent savory snacks, while men are more price-focused, according...

Metabolic syndrome may be caused by energy-dense snacks

Salty snacks may increase metabolic syndrome risk by 56%: Study

Higher consumption of salty energy-dense snacks may be a factor in the development of metabolic syndrome, according...

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