Snacking – both in and out of the home – is a category that did very well in 2020 and the movement looks set to continue in 2021 as consumers look for inexpensive sweet treats to cheer themselves up, writes Karen Dear, director of operations for the Craft...
Kind Snacks has partnered with suicide prevention charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), to further champion its mission to get Britons to exercise kindness amid the continuing challenges thrown up by the pandemic.
The Jordans Farm Partnership (JFP) – spearheaded by The Jordans, Dorset & Ryvita Company, owned by Associated British Foods – provides a valuable example of how it is possible to make significant gains for nature without negatively affecting profits.
The National Association of British & Irish Millers is changing its name to UK Flour Millers as part of a rebrand aimed at raising the industry’s profile at a pivotal time in its history, thanks to Britain’s recent departure from the EU.
Lockdown gave birth to the Zoom aperitivo occasion, which saw Europeans spending €2.2bn more on snacks to recreate their evenings out in a virtual way during the first lockdown, an increase of 12% compared to the same period last year.
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Victoria Prentis said the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is currently not considering the inclusion of sourdough or wholegrain definitions in the Bread and Flour Regulations.
Most Americans are still not familiar with glyphosate, but once they were made aware of it, 93% expressed concern about the presence of the toxin in their breakfast foods – giving One Degree Organic Foods impetus to champion its mission to educate consumers...
After one of the most turbulent and unpredictable years in modern history, focus will undoubtedly be on the impact that COVID-19 has had on consumer attitude and how new behaviours will evolve in a new year of hopeful recover.
Bakes that are aligned to – or even contribute towards – a long-term health focus, along with locally made treats in vivid colours that stir up feelings of nostalgia are forecast to be in top demand next year.