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Remember the gluey texture of the oatmeal your mom served you as a kid? Turns out, this is a good thing, according to new research comparing the satiating effects of...
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.
Amcor has helped a US-firm transform their marinade product line from glass to polyethylene terephthalate (PET) for lower freight costs while maintaining brand image.
Grupo Bimbo’s profits slumped 9.4% for the first quarter of 2013, continuing the downwards trend that has shaped business for the last year.
The US bakery sector can now reduce salt levels by up to 50% with access to Nu-Tek technology, says Cain Foods Ingredients.
FoodProductionDaily.com takes a look at the key moves that have taken place in the industry this past month. Ball Corporation, Sonoco and Tetra Pak are some of the firms involved in the...
Ingredient supplier Chr. Hansen says it has stepped up efforts to support food and drink manufacturers in making the switch to the 'next generation' of natural colours by expanding its...
The ‘al-desko’ breakfast trend has hit Britain and prompted consumer demands for re-sealable, easy to open cereal packs, says a Mintel analyst.
H.B. Fuller has launched three new products in its Flextra line of water-based, dry-bond, hybrid laminating adhesives for flexible packaging of food products.
ConAgra Foods has issued a precautionary recall on two varieties of Orville Redenbacher’s ready-to-eat popcorn due to the risk of undeclared milk allergens.
Diamond-like-carbon (DLC)-coated polypropylene (PP) films with an organosilane interlayer improved gas barrier properties by 300 times compared to untreated material, according to researchers.
ADM will put forward a third, higher bid of A$3.4bn ($3.5bn) for Australian bulk grains specialist GrainCorp after a full financial review of the company.
Suncup Juice, a frozen juice producer in Newark, NJ, reportedly has reduced warehouse labor, improved inventory and fulfillment accuracy, and cut product damage in its deep-freeze warehouse with an automated...
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?
Nanomaterials and their use in food and packaging has been a constant source of debate which has intensified recently with a number of arguments on both sides put forward.
China was part of the inspiration behind the development of whey protein bakery improvers, a senior manager at Arla Foods Ingredients says.
A gluten-free scanning app in Australia could prompt industry to improve nutritional content and label on-pack, says a research fellow from the George Institute for Global Health.
A team of researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have come up with robotic technology that offers precise, gentle handling of materials; the technology could have...
The growing demand for bite-sized treats in the UK has sparked United Biscuits the develop miniature varieties of two of its McVitie’s cake brands, it says.
PepsiCo will push its snacks brands further into Asia in a new deal with Swiss market expansion specialist DKSH.
Is industry at the limit of what it can realistically achieve in lowering salt levels, or will a new wave of scientific developments and innovative technologies help to push the...
Combining pea protein with oat fiber or apple pectin may help reduce cholesterol, with the effects being additive, suggests new results from the University of Milan in Italy.
Packaging firm Weidenhammer has entered Chile in a move it believes, together with constant investment in innovation, will more than offset struggles in the harsh European market.
Food manufacturers are avoiding printer maintenance and facing higher waste and even recall costs as a consequence, according to Martyn Lynch, managing director and chief executive at Abington auditors.
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