These are all the posts that have been tagged with clean label.
Millbo and Nagase & Co have announced the European distribution agreement of PHL, an enzyme that is said to improve cake softness and shelf life with egg and fat reduction.
Green banana flour is among the four key ingredients that are expected to excel across Europe in 2018, new research suggests, as consumer appetite for new ingredients is strong.
In response to the ongoing worldwide vanilla crisis, natural flavours specialist Omega Ingredients has developed a vanilla flavour and an extract, both of which are 100% natural.
After a busy few months of travelling for various international trade shows, conferences and factory visits, it has got me thinking about upcoming events, including ProSweets Cologne and ISM.
Food Ingredients Europe will once again take place in Frankfurt, Germany, from 28-30 November, with its focus this year on natural colours and flavours.
Mintel has announced five key trends set to impact the global food and drink market in 2018.
Automation, clean label and protective packaging are just some of the key trends being discussed at Gulfood Manufacturing, which is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre this week.
My blog comes to you this week from the Netherlands, where I’m on a two-day trip visiting various ingredients and equipment manufacturers.
To meet growing global demands for all natural, clean label sweetening systems, Steviva Ingredients has opened two new facilities: a centre in Spain, and a new headquarters in the US.
Arla Foods Ingredients has introduced a new whey protein solution that stays soft for at least a year.
Nuts account for a rising share of new product launches in the ever-evolving global snacks category, new research suggests.
Everything from coating machines, 3D gum printers and naturally flavoured glazes to thin packaging solutions were showcased at ProSweets Cologne. Katie Smith reports.
Whether you believe there’s such a thing or not, the growth of healthy chocolate confectionery is set to outpace that of regular chocolate by 2021.
Clean label ingredients, plant based products and alternative sugars top the list of key confectionery trends to look out for in 2017, according to Innova Market Insights.