Two US pasta companies have joined forces to try and deal with the
crumbling pasta consumption, mainly blamed on low-carb lifestyles,
that threatens to streamline the whole industry, reports Chris
Falling pasta sales at leading US company American Italian Pasta
reflect an industry-wide problem and demonstrate how a low-carb
legacy may still undermine foods with a higher carbohydrate
content, as Chris Mercerdiscovers.
A fall in bread consumption in the US impacts sales for food enzyme
leader Novozymes in the third quarter with the Danish firm
reporting a 7 per cent fall in sales for this segment to DKK373
million (€50 million) this year from DKK399...
Low-carb diets are still on the fringe of British eating habits,
with high drop-out rates and consumer cynicism over health
benefits, according to a new report - confirming the UK bakery
industry's view that low-carbs pose no...
Recent media reports suggesting the end is nigh for carb-cutting
diets appear to be a little premature, with the latest market
research from the US suggesting that there is still substantial
interest in the low-carb regime, writes...
Confirming reports from the likes of Kellogg and Anheuser-Busch, a
new survey suggests that the explosive growth rates for low-carb
products may be a thing of the past - but winning back former
customers will remain a difficulty for...
Slight growth for Danish enzymes giant Novozymes in the first half
of the year with Europe providing steady returns but US market
knocked by the popular low carbohydrate diet that has hit the
The latest figures from Kellogg suggest that the US-based cereal
and snacks group has weathered the low-carb dieting storm with
relative ease, helped by a combination of new product launches and
increased advertising expenditure,...
The Australian food watchdog has issued a warning over a low-cal
sweetener that could harm consumers who are intolerant to the fruit
sugar fructose, advising these people to avoid the novel food
ingredient tagatose, produced by Arla...