These are all the posts that have been tagged with labelling.
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.
Nuts account for a rising share of new product launches in the ever-evolving global snacks category, new research suggests.
Yet again sugar is hitting the headlines. Over the last week, we’ve reported on a series of announcements from pledges to offer smaller packages and clear calorie labelling to calls for the UK soft drinks levy to be extended to confectionery.
This is not a ploy to get you to join in with those on health kicks this month, but health, convenience and choice have all contributed to a rise in the number of new fruit-based hitting the market over the last few years.
As we wave goodbye to Christmas and close the door on 2016, all eyes turn to 2017. With that, Euromonitor International has identified some of the key trends set to shape the global market next year.
The festive season is always a good opportunity to overindulge in chocolate, but when it comes to what types of product UK consumers buy at Christmas, new research suggests they look for those with ethical credentials.
As a consumer of sugar, I know full well that I probably take advantage of the commodity when consuming it in my breakfast and hot beverages.
Shifting tastes are bringing success for gourmet chocolate in Chile. But could a new labelling law ruin years of marketing? Tom Azzopardi reports from Santiago.
As we are about to send the latest issue of CP to press, here is an overview of what’s inside to whet your appetite.
In May, BBC news online reported that many supposedly ‘healthy’ fruit snacks aimed at children contain more sugar than sweets.
What’s new in the bakery, confectionery and snack sectors? Iba – the International Bakery Exhibition – covers all the trends, from baking ingredients to packaging.
My trip last month to the NCA Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago was a real treat that gave me the opportunity to see some of the trends that will be influencing the confectionery sector around the world in the coming months.
Susannah Millen reports on the Academy of Chocolate Conference, which was held at The Royal Automobile Club in London’s Pall Mall in October.
The confectionery and bakery sectors in India are struggling to raise standards in order to consolidate export sales. Raghavendra Verma reports.