ZenB and ChicP are sustainable snack brands committed to fighting the good cause; Peacasa is inviting you to take part in the birth of its innovation; and Davina Steel and Good Dee’s capitalise on the at-home baking trend that’s at all-time high.
The coronavirus outbreak has brought out the inner baker in many of us, with the number of people searching ‘bread’ and ‘cookies’ hitting an all-time high and encouraging big brand names to release their treasured recipes.
Almost 10% of grain-based foods labelled as ‘gluten-free’ and over 35% of those that do not contain gluten by nature in India have been found to be contaminated with it, some up to 90 times more than permitted levels.
The breakfast cereal giant has launched #RaiseYourBowl, a social media campaign aimed to raise awareness of its pledge to donate food to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) staff and other key workers.
According to Philip Bull, MD of Eurostar Commodities, the company is expecting to see shortages of certain types of rice in the European market in the future, which, in turn, could lead to shortages of rice flour.
Elakkia brings Sri Lankan tastes to the UK, premium pudding brand Pots & Co reinvents a classic by going upside down, and Nim’s and Simply Doughnuts celebrate one of the UK’s most prestigious business awards.
The flour industry in Pakistan has requested the government to exempt or at least subsidise all flour mills from taxes that would normally have to be paid in light of the sector’s significant contributions to food stability throughout the COVID-19 pandemic...