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Americas: Cheese becomes trendy as healthy snacks

Reinventing cheese as a naturally-healthier snack is the biggest growth opportunity for dairy companies, reveals New Nutrition Business in its new report, 10 Key...

Europe: Researchers find quick test for gluten content in food

Scientists have developed a more reliable way for manufacturers to detect gluten in purified wheat starch, a common ingredient in foods labeled gluten-free, according...

Americas: Orbis Corp releases dolly-pallet unit for bakeries, retail

Orbis Corporation will display the Pally at the 2016 International Baking Industry Exposition or IBIE in Las Vegas, US, from October 8 to 11. Part...

Europe: ‘Manly’ snacks for Russian men, report

The average Russian man consumes savory snacks less often than his female counterpart, presenting new opportunities for manufacturers to appeal to indulgence-seeking men, according...

World: ‘Snackification’ drives salty snacks market

The global savory snacks market will rise from US$94.5 billion in 2015 to US$138.2 billion by 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR)...

Europe: Bakeries, technology can co-exist, says Corbion

A fresh loaf of bread, a crusty pie and crispy pastries are must-haves on the dinner table. However, before they reach the table, they would...

Europe: UK consumers take more cakes, tea, finds report

Mintel research reveals that 35% of UK tea drinkers aged between 55 and 64 surveyed drink five or more cups of standard black tea...

Europe: Chocolate is UK’s flavor of the day, says report

New research from Mintel reveals that there were more chocolate flavored ice cream products launched in the UK in 2015 than vanilla for the...

Americas: General Mills, Organic Valley to help in certified organic transition

General Mills and Organic Valley have entered into a sourcing partnership that will help about 20 dairy farms add around 3,000 acres to organic...

Europe: Using limonene for better reduced-fat chocolate

Adding limonene to cocoa butter could result in better reduced-fat chocolate, researchers report in American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Previous research...

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