Gut health encompasses more than digestive health, with new research emerging on the microbiome's role in immunity, metabolism, cognition and mood. Registered dietitian Hannah Ackermann delves in to find out more.
Research released by the Australian macadamia industry found that almost 50% of consumers globally peg the little pleasures in everyday life as the key to a healthy mind. Conversely, only 25% say big experiences and milestones make them happy.
Research by Cargill has found that at least six in 10 consumers claim to check ingredient lists to avoid certain ingredients, while more than half are influenced by the story behind the brand. And while convenience has cropped up as a leading influence...
The snack giant has chosen the 10 standout startups to join its fifth annual PepsiCo Greenhouse programme, a highly respected mentor-guided programme designed to boost innovation to transform the way consumers live their lives.
Sweet treats with a reduced sugar, fat and calorie content will be the top drivers of business growth going forward, aligned with the heightened consumer interest in their wellbeing, according to research by Tate & Lyle that includes exclusive commentary...
After one of the most turbulent and unpredictable years in modern history, focus will undoubtedly be on the impact that COVID-19 has had on consumer attitude and how new behaviours will evolve in a new year of hopeful recover.
Mike Schmidt, sales director at Paradise Fruits by Jahncke, the global supplier of naturally healthy and delicious food ingredients, explains why fruit inclusions can help appeal to producers looking to meet a rising demand for healthier snacks.
Candy giant Mars Inc has upped its stake in the company behind Kind nut bars and granola to expand its own portfolio into the healthier snacking space as consumers increasingly skew their focus on what snacks can bring to the table to manage their health.
Today’s consumers want more than just convenience, freshness and great taste and texture from their food. They’re looking for better-for-you options that can help them take a proactive approach to their health.
The Federation of European Manufacturers and Suppliers of Ingredients to the Bakery, Confectionary and Patisserie Industries (Fedima) has rolled out a month-long campaign to open debate and encourage curiosity around sourdough.