Food

Food Vision will take place in the five-star Grand Hyatt Hôtel Martinez in Cannes, France.

Food Vision 2016 programme unveiled

By Niamh Michail

Food Vision 2016 will bring together senior-level thought leaders to discuss how the global food industry can harness scientific innovation to meet the demands of the health conscious consumer.

Crunchy insects anyone? How best to put them on a plate will be one of the subjects under discussion at our innovation conference

Insects on a plate at food innovation conference

By Michael Stones

Edible insects, 3D printing and personalised nutrition are just three of the topics under discussion at Food Manufacture’s one-­day innovation conference – New Frontiers in Food and Drink 2016  –  in central London on Thursday March 17.

“Nowadays, people want solutions which are easy and spontaneously accessible while they are travelling, in meetings or working from home.

70,000-strong ingredients database launched

By Shane STARLING

An app has been launched containing 70,000 ingredients of all varieties which seeks to accelerate R&D across the food and supplements industries.

Adverts for fast-moving consumer goods is not hitting the mark - over half of the 30,000 senior consumers surveyed by Nielsen said adverts did not reflect them or their needs

Older consumers need tailored food products, say researchers

By Niamh Michail

It's not just taste and texture perceptions that change for older consumers but their social experience of food too - yet research is lacking and food manufacturers are missing out as a result, say Dutch scientists.

Leatherhead Food Research has been saved from administration by the Science Group

Leatherhead acquired by Science Group for £1.6M

By Laurence Gibbons

Leatherhead Food Research has been bought out of administration by the Science Group for £1.6M in a move that will rid the organisation of its legacy pension deficit, the buyer revealed.

Richmond sausage sales were impacted by deep promotional activity

Kerry Foods sales revenue falls by 6.4%

By Alice Foster

Kerry Foods has suffered losses as a result of heavy promotional activity caused by the major multiples in response to the growth of the German discounters Aldi and Lidl.

Ethanol byproduct could go some way to providing nutrition for malnourished children

special edition: Protein

Entrepreneur's frustration in marketing cheap protein for India's poor

By RJ Whitehead

There’s no shortage of children in India in need of cheap, high-quality and—crucially—vegetarian protein. Trouble is, there’s a chronic lack of companies wanting to produce it, and governments to promote it, even when its formulation could be massively...

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