We’ve scoured the four corners of the earth to bring you an exciting and exotic selection of treats – from South Korean, Kellogg’s has released a green onion-flavoured Chex cereal, Jammie Dodgers are again available in vegan variants in the UK and, across...
Functional ingredient producer Sensus has been given the green light by the the country’s Ministry of Public Health for the claim that Sensus’ chicory root fibre increases the bifidobacteria in the intestine.
Kellogg’s gets Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam into one box, Monkey stays true to the ABC of snacking, RIND applies it peel-powered’ formula to melons and Onesto Foods ups the ante of being mindful of the environment.
The UK foodservice wholesaler – which supplies everything from baked goods to snacks and Red Tractor accredited and MSC certified foodstuffs – has announced another milestone in its goal to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2025.
IZEA’s BrandGraph – which measures online influencer content – found Rice Krispies was mentioned organically by influencers in over 11k posts during a 12-month analysis, followed by Pebbles in nearly 8k posts.
As American celeb chef and 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' pressenter Guy Fieri says, ‘we’re heading for flavourtown’ with a range of snacks that pack a ton of flavour, including a limited edition concept combining two best-selling flavours into...
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.
Online gluten-free flour fills the UK flour shortage, Fatherson bakes up a bit of extravagance, Huel and HighKey extend their better-for-you offerings, and McCoy’s celebrates a milestone with a twist to an old favourite.
PeaTos, Nestlé and Panera are going the extra mile to support people facing hardship and uncertainty to get through the coronavirus outbreak with a welcome meals, some fun for the kiddies and a measure of laughter.
While COVID-19 is forcing numerous layoffs and closures around the country – and indeed, around the world – the breakfast cereal giant has issued an urgent call out for additional workers at its Manchester plant to keep up with demand.