The Canadian acidulant producer presented its ingredients at the International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) for the first time, following a refreshed marketing approach and private equity acquisition.
The charred remains of 14,000-year-old flat bread found in Jordan has given researchers a glimpse into the diets of Natufian hunter-gatherers, 4,000 years before the emergence of the Neolithic agriculture way of life.
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...
The massive show will bring thousands of baking industry and supply chain professionals to Las Vegas, September 8-11. Here’s a taste of what to expect from the show’s focus on craft and getting back to baking’s roots.
Similar to consumer trends in retail, home bakers are opting for bite-sized baked goods and healthier ingredients – making a star of citrus, coconut and hibiscus, though seasonal favorites hold strong.
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.
Dutch multinational Royal DSM is collaborating with French agro-industrial group Avril to create a unique plant-based protein to meet growing consumer demand for flexitarian, vegetarian and vegan diets.
A study published in Frontiers of Nutrition revealed that adding 2% of blood orange and lemon fibers to wholewheat durum flour was a viable approach to producing high-fiber bread with respectable shelf life.
Mondelēz International announced the two winners of its first SnackFutures ‘Future of Snacking’ pitch competition at the Seeds & Chips annual Global Innovation Summit held in Milan, Italy, from May 6-9 2018.
Kids' snacks get the better-for-you treatment with the help of chickpeas and butternut squash, along with allergen-friendly labels for parents' peace of mind; veggie crisps (chips) omit the usual carbs; and hot peppers find their way into bagels...
Consumers will not compromise on taste, but they are asking ‘weirder’ questions about the origins, ingredients and benefits of their food, according to Ipsos survey data and industry thought leaders who spoke at Puratos’ Taste Tomorrow event in Chicago,...
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.