These are all the posts that have been tagged with supermarket.
On my travels over Easter, I was particularly impressed by the sheer range of confectionery that appeared on retailers shelves over the weekend.
Meeting demand for sustainably packaged sweets designed for on the go consumption will be high on the agenda for both exhibitors and visitors at this year’s ProSweets Cologne.
Global snacking firm Pladis has revealed its insights into ‘the new breed of snackers’ in the UK, with younger consumers snacking more than any previous generation.
Now is as good a time as any for food manufacturers to highlight the health benefits of their products or introduce new, healthier, lines, as European shoppers are buying food with less salt, sugar, fat or calories, according to analysts.
Recently, I visited Packaging Innovations at Olympia in London, to see what new developments the sector is working on for confectionery, bakery and snack products.
Healthy superfood brand Abakus Foods has secured a listing with British online supermarket Ocado for its line of jujube fruit products.
UK superfood brand Creative Nature has secured listings with three national supermarkets for its latest products.
You may look at this question and think the answer is simple, but as an increasing number of consumers buy into the gluten-free trend, new research suggests that gluten-free products are not always a healthy alternative to regular ones.
UK Fairtrade retailer Co-op is to list two impulse bars from Divine Chocolate.
Nom Foods has secured its first supermarket listing, launching in Waitrose.
Divine Chocolate, the premium Fairtrade and farmer-owned chocolate company, has announced new listings in the UK and US with a new Turkish distributor as part of its growing export strategy.
UK based nutrition brand Battle Oats has announced that it is launching a new protein cookie product to complement its ‘free from’ range of high protein oat bars next week (15 May).
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.
The pricing spat between Unilever and supermarket retailer Tesco that saw well-known brands temporarily unavailable online is “just the beginning”, according to one analyst, who has described the current pricing at UK retailers “unsustainable for manufacturers”.