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Europe: DSM survey finds most consumers are unaware of acrylamide

Consumers are still largely unaware of acrylamide - but those who do know something about acrylamide, know enough to be concerned, according to a...

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: Protein-fortified chocolate candies sparks sign of change, report

In light of evolving wellness agendas and shifting consumer attitudes towards personal health, considering the wellbeing impact of their products is essential to target...

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...

Europe: Seasonal chocolate in demand, report

Research finds seasonal launches accounted for 25% of global chocolate new product launches in 2016, the biggest area of chocolate new product development (NPD),...

Europe: Reducing sugar content in products

A center stage for food manufacturers to showcase their innovations in sugar reduction has been set by Public Health England with its new guidelines...

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,...

Europe: Health snacks are gaining ground, says report

The snacking market is being revolutionised by a consumer backlash against sugar, salt and artificial ingredients, as well as changing lifestyle and personal wellbeing,...

Europe: Positioning chocolate as a healthy snack

The snacking market is being revolutionized by a consumer backlash against sugar, salt and artificial ingredients, as well as changing lifestyle and personal wellbeing,...

Americas: Consumers prefer diet over pills to sleep better, finds survey

Rather than popping pills to sleep, a survey reveals more US consumers would prefer to eat well in order to sleep better. This survey was...