Consumer Eyes’ Ron Rentel says ecommerce is here to stay – even post-COVID – hence the launch of a series of live streaming trade experiences by the Chinese technology conglomerate to bring buyers and sellers safely together to meet in real time.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has reshaped virtually every aspect of American’s lives, including what, when and how we eat, according to research from the flavor, ingredient and color company Flavorchem, which found our emotions are influencing our...
The Craft Bakers Association (CBA) – which represents approximately 500 bakery businesses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – reports the sector has become very dynamic on the back of the coronavirus outbreak.
BakeryandSnacks has enlisted Chris Hook, business director of Warburtons Gluten Free, on its on its Editorial Advisory Board, which will enable the site to maintain its position at the coalface of news, regulations, new product development and technological...
The US flour miller and ingredients provider has been deemed part of the nation’s critical infrastructure in providing food and has a crisis team that kicked into gear to cope with the pandemic to ensure that product continues to appear on grocery shelves.
Turmeric, pumpkin seeds and probiotics will be the new ingredient kids on the block – especially during these uncertain times when focus is on health and snacking has become more prevalent than ever – according to Cargill’s research to find out consumer...
Determined not to let the ongoing COVID-19 crisis shelve plans, BakeryandSnacks virtually hosted the debate on snackification, originally scheduled to take place on stage at The Ingredients Show in Birmingham, UK.
FrieslandCampina Ingredients Food & Beverages identified three major trends in its first annual Trend Report published earlier this year that could assist bakers turn tomorrow’s consumer demands into market propositions.
The PepsiCo Foundation’s signature nutrition operation Food for Good has worked with food banks and other hunger-fighting organizations to deliver more 100 million servings of nutritious food to children in need since its inception a decade ago.
The baking and confectionery supplier will sponsor the Baking Expo’s first ‘Artisan Marketplace,’ where guests can taste and learn about sourdough breads and time-tested techniques in a European-style café setting. BakeryandSnacks chats to Puratos USA...
An innovative two-year project to identify ways to improve the nutritional qualities and shelf life of baked goods with sprouted grains and pasteurization has been awarded a £650k ($790k) grant by Innovate UK.
The rush to the so-called ‘shining new kid on the block’ – as Marcia Mogelonsky, director of Insight at Mintel Food and Drink terms it – has ignited like a wildfire and everyone is talking about it. But will it make vogue status?
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has introduced two organic flours to its complementary range of organic and grain-based products, to enable customers meet increasing consumer demand for clean label products.
Aligned with the exploding growth in China’s bakery sector, Bakery China has grown from relatively small beginnings in 1997 to an enormous trade event occupying more than 200,000m2 of the Shanghai New International Expo Center in China.
A new study claims refined grains are not associated with the chronic diseases usually attributed to them and even states current whole grain consumption recommendations is inadvertently causing consumers to overlook crucial nutrients.
Globally, brand licensing strategies continue to drive retail growth year-over-year for today’s top brands, with 2018’s standouts including Kellogg’s and Funko. We chat to Amanda Cioletti, content director of License Global, about how this collaboration...
The CEO and co-founder of the mission-driven food startup that makes flour and snacks from the grains used to brew beer has issued a challenge to companies like PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay to share their resources to tackling the dire global plastic crisis.
The International Association of Plant Bakeries (AIBI) is hosting its 36th biennial Congress in Manchester with a program focused on a comprehensive view of the baking industry – now and in the future.
Bread is one of the biggest casualties of the supermarket price war, as retailers keep dropping its price to rock bottom levels in a bid to entice shoppers, according to Gordon Polson, Federation of Bakers’ (FoB’s) director.
UK barley shows low nitrogen levels but wheat quality remains a concern, crop damage has hit UK winter oilseed rape, Bill & Melinda Gates inject $14.5m into sorghum research, and Australia research investment to benefit crop productivity and profits.
Dispatches from Euro Fed Lipid Congress, Montpellier
‘Thins’ have taken off in the US and Canada with bread, bagel and even tortilla varieties offering less calories for the health-conscious consumer, and it’s an area that holds great promise for Europe, says Mintel.
INCPEN (The Industry Council for research on Packaging & the Environment) is expanding its Fresher for Longer campaign in conjunction with WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) and Kent Waste Partnership among others.
In the first of a series of podcasts called ‘lunch time bites’, FoodProductionDaily catches up with Laura Croisdale, environmental officer, Encore Packaging Solutions, to talk about her Three Peaks Challenge for Marie Curie Cancer Care.