These are all the posts that have been tagged with fruit.
Food processing equipment supplier Baker Perkins has appointed Lee Fish as chief engineer for its continuous cooking and starchless depositing systems for hard and soft confectionery and lollipops.
Almonds are now the number one nut in new introductions in Europe with a 48% regional share and a new record high of 42% globally, according to Innova Market Research.
UK consumers look for snacks that contain natural ingredients and colours, according to new research, with many avoiding crisps or nuts with additive colours.
With the trick or treaters having been and gone for another year, new research suggests that Halloween treats such as chocolate confectionery, gum and sugar confectionery have seen a global decline in consumption over the last few years.
Snact, a UK social enterprise making snacks from surplus product, has chosen to roll out Tipa’s compostable and flexible packaging for its product range to help tackle food waste.
Mike Wilson explores the many ways robot technology is helping UK confectionery manufacturers remain competitive in such an unpredictable market.
In response to the increasing needs of the food industry, power handler Spiroflow has launched a Chainflow tubular chain drag conveyor.
Ishida Europe has launched a range of application specific multihead weighers for a wide range of products, including confectionery.
A machine designed to loosen up dried fruit has been launched in the UK market.
If only there was a way we could savour the sweet taste of cake or cookies without the sugar rush? Well now there is, according to scientists in France, who have developed a new device that could help improve the taste of foods low in fat, sugar and salt.
Kind has published the added sugar content in its product portfolio, claiming to be the first US snack brand to do so.