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Warburtons has been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for safety failings after a worker seriously injured his hand in a conveyor.
Mobile eye-tracking technology has heaps of potential for breakfast cereal makers looking to better communicate product attributes, claim researchers.
With the holiday season upon us, AMERIPEN has published a brochure that tells consumers how packaging helps ensure e-commerce sustainability.
Multivac is developing cutting units for rigid film packaging on its entry-level thermoformer.
Three major white bread brands have made it into the UK’s top 20 best-selling food and beverage list, according to IRI data, but every single one has seen sales plummet.
Two major snack brands have made it into the UK’s top 20 best-selling food and beverage list with above-market growth, according to IRI data.
The European Commission has approved Benexia chia oil as a novel food for use in food supplements and in place of other plant fats and oils in foods and drink...
Weidenhammer is attempting to have its composite cans certified as biodegradable.
High trans-fat consumption may be associated with declines in memory among working-age men, according to research.
High-protein cookies will continue to soar in the mass market, says the president of Lenny & Larry’s as the company plans more US roll-outs in mass stores.
BOPP film manufacturer Treofan is implementing Accolade software, developed by Sopheon Corporation, as part of a realignment of its global processes, to go live within the next few weeks.
Grupo Bimbo has developed an alternative processing method that reduces the fat content of pork rind snacks.
Alfa Laval has won a $10m order to supply equipment to Donbiotech starch processing plant in Russia, with delivery expected in 2015.
Salt replacer use is growing but low salt claims are not, as food companies favour a ‘quiet’ approach – but growth in gourmet table salts may threaten salt reduction efforts.
Sprouted brown rice flour can increase the protein, lipid and antioxidant activity in gluten-free breads, finds research.
McCain, Randstad, Leclerc, The Food Bank and Gappi have developed an initiative to collect unsold merchandise from producers to make soup.
Plant bakers will be able to save thousands in energy costs with an oven system that optimizes air flow and incorporates heat recovery, claims developer Campden BRI.
Many British consumers feel guilty about snacking and even more associate it with ‘breaking’ a diet plan, research finds.
Ceisa Packaging has launched a transparent film made completely from recycled post-industrial waste at Emballage 2014.
PerkinElmer has acquired Perten Instruments for $266m to ‘significantly expand’ its presence in the food testing.
The nutrition bar category is becoming saturated, but there are still untapped pockets of opportunity, says Ohio-based Good Greens, which claims to blow rivals out of the water when it...
KP Snacks’s Consett factory will close in the first quarter of next year, threatening more than 100 jobs, the company has confirmed, with the closure of its Corby plant also likely....
Sprouted grain flour is gaining traction with food manufacturers and consumers alike thanks to its sweeter taste, longer shelf life, increased nutrient bioavailability and overall better baking experience, claims Peter...
Protein is hot - and big brands are piling more of it into everything from breakfast cereal to ice cream. Yet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans say “inadequate protein intake in...
Genetically modified crops offer ‘large and significant’ benefits in both developed and developing countries, according to a new meta-analysis.
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