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.
PepsiCo’s 2019 Sustainability Report reveals the snack giant is on target to reach its goals on reducing sodium, saturated fats and added sugars across its food and beverage portfolios in its key markets, and it is steadily upping the ante with its better-for-you...
Pringles and pladis have upped the flavour stake ante with two new offerings, Sainsbury’s is championing Pep & Lekker’s Seed Snacks, Barnana continues to upcycle ‘imperfect’ fruit and Bakedin gets boozy with its kits.
Corbion has been granted a European patent for its fruit ferments containing natural organic acids and other flavour compounds, which can be used in bakery applications, as well as meats, sauces and dressings.
FMCG Gurus forecasts there will be an increased focus on sugar reduction as consumers look to improve health after the long lockdown, writes Will Cowling, marketing manager of the market research firm.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is fighting hunger in the Philippines with its vitamin-packed breads it originally produced in the 1970s to be distributed primarily to public elementary school students as a complete meal, in a bid to combat malnutrition.
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...
Ahead of its release today (May 20), the European Snacks Association (ESA) has welcomed the European Commission’s Farm to Fork Strategy (F2F), but has also cautioned the recommendations to set maximum levels of certain nutrients is not the best way forward.