These are all the posts that have been tagged with food.
It seems like only yesterday I wrote my blog about the fight against sugar, but it was in fact last month, and the issue is still not going away, particularly in the UK.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Plamil sales and marketing manager Julian Lucas talks about the chocolate company’s free from products and why the trend is here to stay.
Food to go is one of the fastest growing categories sold by convenience retailers, according to new research, with snacks getting a boost as a result.
Grains and cereals have been receiving considerable attention globally as ingredients or flavours in chocolate confectionery, presenting opportunities for manufacturers to ramp up innovation.
It was the end of last year when consumers started to notice the size of their favourite chocolate bars shrinking, and a new study by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has finally confirmed what many of us already knew.
Nom Foods has secured its first supermarket listing, launching in Waitrose.
Fudge Kitchen has added two new sugar free products to its Delectables free from range of premium brittles and caramels.
New research from gluten-free snacks manufacturer Wellaby’s, has revealed that more than half of UK consumers are oblivious to what constitutes a single serving of crisps and snacks.
Toosum, a US gluten-free and vegan oatmeal bar company, has purchased health food company KUTOA for an undisclosed sum.
Wessanen UK-owned gluten-free brand Mrs Crimble’s has unveiled a new look that will roll out across its product range, starting with its Choc Macaroons this summer.
Chocolatier Paul A Young has extended his chocolate range with the launch of three new products featuring California Prunes.
PepsiCo-owned snack brand Walkers is introducing a Fusions variation to its Oven Baked range.
UK food prices increased at their highest rate in over three years in June, the latest figures show.