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Snacking is becoming more of a lifestyle than simply a between-meal indulgence for time-strapped US consumers, which means more opportunity to innovate in flavor, nutrition and delivery formats for snack...
Processed food skepticism and fad dieting played a big part in the gluten-free boom, says the research director of Packaged Facts.
Amid “disappointing” fiscal 2014 results, General Mills has kick-started a cost-cutting plan to boost efficiency and support growth – a move that can’t be faulted but isn’t necessarily a ticket...
The market for gluten-free children’s food will be a big area for growth, predicts market research firm Mintel – but mainstream brands are yet to capitalize on the opportunity.
On the face of it, the FDA’s proposal to revoke the GRAS status of partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) - the source of most of the ‘artificial’ trans fats in the US food...
Scottish confectioners Lees of Scotland and Tunnock’s will receive windfall tax rebates after the firms’ snowball products were ruled to be tax exempt cakes by a UK court.
Crops grown on "land-grabbed" areas in developing countries have the potential to feed an extra 100 million people worldwide, new research has suggested.
Stora Enso is postponing the reorganisation of its Renewable Packaging Division after CEO Jouko Karvinen announced he will leave the company.
AAK has announced that the agreement to acquire the oils and fats business of CSM Benelux NV will be executed on July 1st 2014.
For the first time in the UK and Ireland, Bürkert has set off on a four week roadshow to show manufacturers its latest technologies.
Steel recycling rates in North America have rocketed from 15% in 1988 to 71% in 2012, according to Crown.
Proposals to shift focus to vitamin D, calcium, iron and potassium on the US FDA’s Nutrition Facts Panel make sense, but could remove incentives to fortify with other essential micronutrients,...
California Cereal Products has been cited for nine serious safety and health violations and hit with a $40,600 penalty.
FoodProductionDaily has surpassed 5,000 followers on Twitter .
A leader from packaging provider Zip-Pak has offered his views on what trends are driving the flexible field.
Food and beverage manufacturers are holding their collective breath in anticipation of the proposed changes to the Nutrition Facts panel put forth by the Food and Drug Administration and likely...
Between €3m and €6m will be available for research and development into biobased performance materials (BPM) in the Netherlands over the next four years.
The company’s efforts to boost packaging recycling rates, and increase packaging and manufacturing sustainability, will be the center of a program on the Pivot network.
The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) is calling on manufacturers to look at the whole picture of sustainability, right through the supply chain, rather than just focusing on the end...
Innovia Films is seeing a rise in demand for biolaminate packaging after successful partnerships with QV Foods, Bio4Pack and Caturra Coffee.
Algae could be a valuable replacement to salt in bread but price and negative perception issues must be overcome, according to Pinar Hosafci, Euromonitor International food analyst.
Bürkert has developed an efficient device integration platform (EDIP) with a common user interface (büS) and digital communication, in an attempt to ‘Apple-ise’ its technology.
Addivant’s WESTON 705 liquid antioxidant has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for food contact applications.
SmartFare, a package geared toward chilled ready meals, is designed to offer producers a sturdy, sustainable packaging with shelf appeal.
Successful shopper marketing campaigns must be developed using a breadth of knowledge from data and depth from a human perspective, says the VP of shopper psychology at Saatchi & Saatchi...
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