The American Bakers Association (ABA) was among 13 trade groups that asked the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to use discretion in its initial enforcement of updated labeling rules – set for January 1, 2020.
The American Bakers Association (ABA) worked with the Texas state legislature to buoy a bill that would criminalize the theft of bakers’ private property – mainly baking trays co-opted and sold as recycled plastic abroad.
Eat Your Coffee has launched the bite-sized version of its vegan, gluten-free, caffeinated bites to coincide with the 26.2 days leading up to one of the world’s most popular marathons on April 15. Sales will benefit Fresh Truck, a mobile market that delivers...
The free-to-use program will accept all of KP’s line of nuts, popcorn, crisps and pretzels; however, it excludes potato chip tubes and packages that contained seeds, nutrient powder, dried fruit or meat snacks.
Concern over misuse of the term ‘free-from’ in relation to allergens in food products and a need for greater standardisation of manufacturing practices has led the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) to produce new...
The UK’s Food Standards Agency is introducing a programme of industry secondments for its staff, so it can have better understanding of how compliance might work when it is developing or negotiating regulations.
Low-carb foods continue to pose a major threat to grain-based food
producers, but bakers are not taking the challenge lying down.
Indeed, one grain-users association in America, the market hardest
hit by the low-carb phenomenon, has...