Purition is a UK protein shake manufacturer that wants to disrupt a breakfast offering that, co-founder Edward Taylor says, is too often characterised by ‘half truths’ and ‘nutrition myths’. What makes Purition different? “We play it straight down the...
The growth potential in the premium functional snack category on the heels of increased consumer and regulatory demand for healthy snacking is the driver behind Finnish company Raisio’s bid to acquire a UK cereal and fruit bar manufacturer.
The American Dietetic Association is seeking to stir up debate over
the nation's breakfast tables. Girls who skip breakfast are more
likely to miss out on dietary sources of calcium and fiber than
those who regularly eat the...
Missing breakfast has been shown to raise cholesterol levels and
reduce the body's response to insulin in a small study that raises
concern for the increasing numbers of people that skip the first
meal of the day.
The French are among the most frequent breakfasters in Europe,
according to a recent study - but traditional tastes are changing
rapidly with cereals beginning to take considerable market share
from the less trendy crackers and biscuits....
Breakfast cereals are experiencing steady growth in central and
eastern Europe, in particular in the largest markets in Russia and
Poland. But while most of the recent product launches there have
been at the premium end of the market,...
Girls need a more satisfying breakfast than boys if they are to
perform at their best in the classroom, according to a new
University of Ulster study, while a carbohydrate/protein mix meal
increased performance all-round compared...
Breakfasts at home are fast losing popularity in Europe and
impacting cereals and also vegetable spreads. But as ever the
health benefits are increasingly important for spread manufacturers
to sustain growth, reveals a new report.
Two studies of children's breakfast eating habits appear to show
that kids who eat oatmeal at the start of the day perform better in
memory tests - good news for Quaker Oats which sponsored the