These are all the posts that have been tagged with clean label.
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.
As we wave goodbye to Christmas and close the door on 2016, all eyes turn to 2017. With that, Euromonitor International has identified some of the key trends set to shape the global market next year.
Roha, one of the leading manufacturers and marketers in the food colours segment, has announced the acquisition of Italy based Essential SRL, a leading manufacturer of Plant and Fruits based natural colouring and flavouring ingredients.
The Confectionery Production team were at Food Matters Live in London yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see all the new product launches on show.
Specialist ingredient company Thew Arnott has introduced a natural vegan alternative to Shellac in its range of AraTAs coatings for confectionery products.
When choosing the right gelling agents for confectionery products, a number of key factors have to be taken into consideration. Dirk De Cooman and Cindy Dekeyser investigate.
Clean label ingredient specialist Ulrick & Short has introduced a new range of fat replacers for confectioners looking to make their products healthier without compromising on taste.
Nick Hewitt highlights the challenges and opportunities within coating, polishing and glazing for confectionery manufacturers and assesses the key areas for expansion.
GNT has started to construct an additional spirulina plant at its headquarters in the Netherlands, which will more than double its production capacities for blue and green colouring foods.
Johan Cerstiaens, sales director at SVZ, describes how colouring foods and fruit flavours can help confectionery producers boost the shelf appeal of their products.