Convenience foods eaten on the run continue to experience strong
growth as individuals skip the union meal for a solitary event but
new findings from the US suggest that the security of a family meal
could help steer adolescent girls...
Britons are already the Europeans most likely to skip meals on a
regular basis - a trend which has made them the snacking champions
of Europe - but a new report suggests that irregular mealtimes are
likely to become even more widespread...
Packaging Automation (PA), a UK designer and builder of
heat-sealing equipment, has identified swift consumer market change
and greater food diversification as the biggest pressures on those
who manufacture heat sealing packagingmachinery....
Britain may not be the biggest country in Europe, but this does not
stop its denizens from being among the most mobile. UK commuters
spend more time travelling than all of their European counterparts
- and take advantage of that time...
At the Food Ingredients Europe Exhibition, held in Frankfurt,
Danisco have received one of three food ingredient awards for its
'revolutionising Grindstead Barrier System', a water barrier
device that makes it possible to...
UK supplier of oriental chilled ready meals, Kwoks Foods, has
launched a new product range for one of the UK's largest
supermarkets. The new Asda range of Thai food has already launched
in one trial store, with another planned...
In a market valued at €140 billion, the consumption of food and
drink in the European workplace provides manufacturers with the
potential to create products that meet three key criteria -
quality, convenience and health.
Noodles are one of the fastest-growing products in the packaged
food market, but European sales are dominated by the UK. A new
report from market analysts Euromonitor reflects on whether other
markets in Europe will benefit from the...
Ireland's Hibernia Foods is to close one of its ready meals and
cake production facilities in the UK in a bid to improve
profitability. The company expects savings of up to €8 million a
year as a result.
The dominance of the sandwich among UK menus keeps many office
workers anchored to their desks at lunchtime - a concept which
would shock most Continental Europeans, who feel the need for a
break at lunchtime.
The UK snacks sector is coming under increasing pressure from
competing markets with sugar and chocolate confectionery
particularly hard hit by the consumer desire for a healthier
lifestyle, according to a new report from market analysts...