Jacob's Mini Cheddars heads to Mexico for flavour inspiration, PepsiCo is launching Doritos in a tin and the dietitian created functional food brand rolls out gut-healthy prebiotic cookies. Meanwhile, UK Lola's Cupcakes has expanded its home...
Research shows that the gluten-free trend that is well established in Saudi Arabia, with around one quarter of consumers claiming to eliminate gluten from their diet, writes Mike Hughes, director of Insights for FMCG Gurus.
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.
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.
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.
Impressive nutritional attributes continue to position almonds as a popular value-added inclusion in the clean label category, with it becoming the most used tree nut in global new product introductions in 2018, according to Innova Market Insights.
Get snacking and join the fight against hunger with 34 Degree’s gluten-free chickpea Snaps, Lay’s Poppables gets rocking with the Trolls and Maison Dixie shakes up the frozen aisle: BakeryandSnacks scours the shelf to find on-trend innovation.
The UK expert and consumer watchdog is inviting caterers and other industry professionals to take advantage of its 50 years of insight into all things gluten free through its updated online training course.
‘The nation is falling back in love with bread and all its varieties from sourdough, to seeded and gluten free, which is great news for the British baking industry, but there is a dark side to this success,’ claims Bakers Basco.