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Emulsifier business Palsgaard has developed what it claims is the world’s first palm-free, powdered emulsifier for industrial cakes.
Equipment: Cocoa processing Ingredients: Flavours and colours Packaging: Labelling and coding Product focus: Bakery products Show issue: Food ingredients Europe
With the Expo FoodTec Pavilion and its new Content Hub, this year’s Food ingredients Europe is set to offer a vast range of packaging, machinery, processing and consultancy services.
My blog comes to you this week from the Netherlands, where I’m on a two-day trip visiting various ingredients and equipment manufacturers.
Crown Aerosols & Specialty Packaging Europe has collaborated with Mondelēz International, the Cadbury Foundation and Help for Heroes to create a limited edition tin for the charity.
British artisan chocolate producer Islands Cacao & Chocolate is set to scale-up its production capabilities thanks to a £39,750 grant from the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative, run by the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Inclusions specialist Pecan Deluxe Candy (Europe) is helping to meet consumer demand for salted caramel, with the launch of two new additions to its fudge range.
A new technology which is said to create a prismatic effect on cartons to help brands to stand out on shelf by attracting consumer attention has been introduced.
Packaging company AR Packaging is to close two carton plants in Russia and Finland in a move which will affect 150 employees.
Now is as good a time as any for food manufacturers to highlight the health benefits of their products or introduce new, healthier, lines, as European shoppers are buying food with less salt, sugar, fat or calories, according to analysts.
The end of the EU sugar quota could create a new era of lower sugar prices, with implications for farmers, sugar processors, food manufacturers and end consumers, according to one analyst.
Chocolate brand Ritter Sport is mastering what it terms the ‘globalisation of enjoyment’ with the help of flexible wrapping technology.
Sarah Gibbons explores why honey bees may be dying fast, but global demand for natural sweetener continues to grow.
UK shoppers could pay up to a third more for everyday food items in the event of a no deal Brexit, according to new analysis.