We feature a raft of new snacking experiences, ranging from a novel treat that is reminiscent of the iconic American PB&J sandwich to Dorito’s foray into the fast-growing hot & spicy category; cookies bearing inspirational messages from the Girl...
Consumers are demanding more than just indulgence – they want a treat that’s healthy but still tasty; sustainable yet comes with an extended shelf life; is portable and size proportioned; is Instagrammable; and comes with a story or purpose.
This month’s product roundup features bakery and snack treats that are front-and-forward in answering consumer demands for veggie, on-the-go offerings that also contain sustainably sourced ingredients.
FrieslandCampina Ingredients Food & Beverages identified three major trends in its first annual Trend Report published earlier this year that could assist bakers turn tomorrow’s consumer demands into market propositions.
Going crackers over veg, feeding an orphaned child, ramping up heart-health and connecting communities, the planet and traditions in a nourishing way are some of the potent messages product developers are preparing for the new year.
Consumer demand comes strongly into play as we head up towards Christmas, with Kellogg’s focusing on fibre and convenience, PepsiCo ramping up its Smith’s potato chip flavour down under and celeb chef Paul Hollywood’s Ready to Bake bread roll packs downsizing...
Upcycling of food ingredients, opportunities for hemp and cannabidiol (CBD), positive impacts of ethical sourcing and foods that promote biodiversity will be discussed at the Sustainable Foods Summit in San Francisco (January 22-23).