With the advent of everything from online shopping to trends like ‘good for me and ‘good for the Earth’, insights show the French consumer’s attitude to baked goods is rapidly changing. Andrew Crofts, senior research analyst at FMCG Gurus, delves deeper.
Last year French President Emmanuel Macron said he wanted France to become a start-up nation. FoodNavigator headed to La French FoodTech's incubator in Lyon to meet some of the rising food stars of La French Tech.
While most insect products focus on hiding the insect content by using flours, French start-up Entoma sells Jimini's whole, spiced insects as a gourmet apéritif snack – a gamble that has paid off as they featured in Mintel's most innovative...
Nuts in spices scandal shows no signs of slowing down
More than 10,000 visitors and 400 exhibits were present at this week’s Europack Euromanut CFIA, running from 18-21 November 2013 in Lyon, France, browsing inventions in equipment, processing, packing, labelling, handling, and ingredients.
The functional foods industry in France is booming, according to a
report from Invest In France that claims the sector attracted 7 per
cent of all new foreign investment projects in the country between
2002 and 2007.
A Paris French court yesterday ruled that the Swiss company Cornu -
based in the Swiss village of Champagne - and its French
subsidiary, cannot use the Champagne appellation to sell its
biscuits in France.
French baker Paul has launched bread containing omega-3 fatty acids
as functional products gather pace in France's boulangeries,
despite some industry and public scepticism after years of poor
product development, reports Chris...
Irish baker IAWS is taking on France's specialist bakery,
confectionery and foodservice sectors by acquiring leading domestic
distributor Groupe Hubert, and could exploit the declining number
of independent on-site bakers in...
FoodProductiondaily.com recently visited a research unit in
the south of France to find more out about the role science plays
in improving the quality of cereal-based foods. Some recent
discoveries could be of great benefit to the...
Yesterday we reported on a UK bread product which can help pregnant
women increase vitamin levels. Today we cross the Channel to
France, where a Nimes-based company is set to expand sales of its
slimming baguette to the capital.