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Europe: Using blockchain in the food industry

Described as an ‘open ledger’ for transactions, blockchain gives a secure way to track and transfer assets through supply chains, states Sustainable Foods Summit. It...

Europe: Packaging needs to ‘speak’, said DLG

Consumer desire is a fundamental driver for change in the food sector as this has a direct influence on production processes and subsequent packaging,...

Europe: Global Easter chocolate launches up 23% in 2017, report

There has been a 23% rise in Easter chocolate launches from March 2017 to February 2018, providing a plethora of chocolate choice for Easter...

Americas: Gen Zs seek out organic, real food

Generation Z, those born in 1997 to present, has the potential to take demand for 'real' unadulterated food to new heights, according to The...

Africa: Dealing with the environmental impact of packaging

Africa has one of the most diverse food and cuisine markets on the planet, with the industry projected by the World Bank to reach...

Europe: Embrace trends to stay relevant, Givaudan tells FNI

Givaudan’s new FlavourVision edition reveals seven key consumer trends from crafted identities to risk aware and human connection. These trends are brought to life...

Asia Pacific: Chinese buy festive goods during festivals, says Mintel

As the Lantern Festival approaches—the first major traditional festival after Chinese New Year—new research from Mintel reveals that food is the biggest spending focus...

Europe: Customized ingredients for gluten-free bakery, report

While only an estimated 1% of the population in four European markets is gluten-intolerant through celiac disease, Mintel market research reports that the percentage...

Europe: Dairy trends, ‘fizzy milk’ in China, report

Turmeric latte, or 'golden milk', was 2017’s dairy-based sensation. The golden-hued drink featured on menus of trendy cafés, and also emerged in chilled packaged...

Americas: Taste draws consumption of plant-based proteins

Taste is the top reason why 52% of US adult survey respondents eat plant-based proteins, outranking concerns over diet (10%), animal protection (11%), the...
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