These are all the posts that have been tagged with ingredients.
We’re two days into Food Ingredients Europe in Frankfurt, Germany and it has already provided lots of ideas for upcoming articles in the magazine.
Collaboration and innovation – those are the two key aims for Food Matters Live, which I attended yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see new launches that have been developed to meet these trends.
Non-GMO, clean label and allergy-friendly food business The Safe + Fair Food Company has announced the launch of the first two brands in its portfolio, The Kid’s Stuff and Good to Give.
Whitworths is launching a new Christmas snacking range, which contain festive flavours such as spiced fudge and orange infused cranberries.
British confectionery business Buttermilk has introduced new resealable sharing pouches for two of its fudge flavours.
After a busy few months of travelling for various international trade shows, conferences and factory visits, it has got me thinking about upcoming events, including ProSweets Cologne and ISM.
In response to growing consumer demand for healthier lunchbox ingredients, Eat Real has launched two new multipacks of its gluten-free and vegan snacks.
As the industry continues to push for sugar reduction and reformulation of much loved confectionery products, a change in the recipe of hazelnut-chocolate spread Nutella has caused uproar among consumers.
Automation, clean label and protective packaging are just some of the key trends being discussed at Gulfood Manufacturing, which is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre this week.
New ready-to-bake cookie dough brand Doughlicious has launched in the UK market by securing a listing with Ocado.
My blog comes to you this week from the Netherlands, where I’m on a two-day trip visiting various ingredients and equipment manufacturers.
The confectionery industry is once again uniting in the battle towards sugar and fat reduction, this time with the launch of a research group dubbed the ‘chocolate and confectionery club.’
Nestlé International Travel Retail (NITR) has unveiled a range of products and experiences across its KitKat, Smarties and Nestlé Swiss brands for 2018.
The company, which operates two production facilities at 1,000 metres above sea level, one in South Tyrol in northern Italy and one in Heinfels in Austria, produced 36,629 tonnes of wafers and chocolate specialties in 2016, corresponding to 877 million units.