Donuts were once ‘uncool’ but they are now one of the leading products in the independent, trendy gourmet, handmade sector, apparent with the opening of new concepts stores on both sides of the Atlantic.
Dunkin’ Donuts parent company Dunkin’ Brands says it is phasing out its use of whitening agent titanium dioxide, commonly regarded as a source of nanomaterials, from all powdered sugar used to make its donuts.
Dutch research group TNO is seeking commercial interest in a steam-based system for the production of doughnuts with reduced fat content; the process is said to boost product quality as well as realize energy savings for manufacturers.
Arkady Craigmillar, the UK-based supplier of frozen bakery products
for the foodservice sector, has launched a range of mini doughnuts
and three new luxury products, tapping into the current crazes for
miniature products and indulgent...