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World: Almonds introductions grew by 12%, report

Almond introductions grew in four out of the five key categories for almonds worldwide, including confectionery (22%), snacks (19%) and bakery (17%), as well...

Americas: Consumers are confused about whole grain, report

A study of over 16,000 people across the globe by Nestlé Breakfast Cereals reveals that there is significant confusion over how much whole grain...

Americas: Almond flour as an alternative to processed flours

Almond flour is gaining popularity among consumers as a nutritious and versatile alternative to wheat flour. Food News International finds out more from Jeff Smith,...

Asia Pacific: New confectionery formats are needed, states swop 2017

swop 2017 will showcase internationally advanced and innovative processing and packaging products for the confectionery and bakery sectors. Held from November 7 to 10 at...

Asia Pacific: Barry Callebaut reveals fourth type in chocolate

After dark, milk and white chocolate, Barry Callebaut presents ruby chocolate as the fourth type. Made from the Ruby cocoa bean and with a unique...

Americas: Chilled dairy alternatives threatens traditional products

There’s a battle brewing in the food and beverage industry, a regulatory skirmish in both Europe and the United States over dairy alternative marketers’...

Asia Pacific: Snacks demand due to body image, report

Body image is the key driver for healthier product choices for consumers in Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, says GlobalData, with weight and fitness...

Asia Pacific: Flexco shares tips on getting out of sticky situations

Creative recipes and the use of sweet and sticky substances challenges food processors to ensure their conveyor belts remain clean and efficient. Mold prevention on...

Asia Pacific: Report finds Indonesia, India are eating more processed meat

Global innovation within the processed meat, poultry and fish categories has increased over the years and many markets with the highest growth potential are...

Americas: Dessert chain to go natural on colors

Dunkin' Brands Group plans to remove artificial colors from its products in the U.S. As part of its ongoing efforts to offer guests great-tasting,...