These are all the posts that have been tagged with fruit.
Global snacks growth slowed to its lowest level since 2008 last year, with confectionery rising by the smallest amount at 1%, new research shows.
With the UK voting to exit the European Union (EU) and England having been knocked out of the Euros, it’s a mixed atmosphere in the office this week.
Science and technology company Merck has launched what it claims to be the first silica based effect pigment approved for food use.
Confectionery giant The Hershey Company is to close its Brookside Abbotsford plant in Canada by the end of October, with the loss of 180 jobs.
Europe’s largest producer of fresh cream cakes, Bakkavor Desserts Newark, plans to create 370 jobs at its facility in Nottinghamshire, UK, to meet increased demand.
Consultant Graham Godfrey discusses the use of specialist ingredient manufacturers to innovate and why this doesn’t have to be as stressful as it sounds.
Johan Cerstiaens, sales director at SVZ, describes how colouring foods and fruit flavours can help confectionery producers boost the shelf appeal of their products.
Scottish oats company Stoats has secured new listings for its Muesli range in Waitrose Scotland and Tesco Scotland after winning an award at the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2016.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) and GLG Life Tech Corporation have entered into a partnership to manufacture, market, sell and distribute low calorie stevia and monk fruit sweeteners to meet increasing demand for reduced sugar and clean label ingredients.
AIB International has developed a tool which it says will allow bakeries to validate their food safety preventive controls and accurately evaluate Salmonella destruction in soft cookies.
Cadbury fans out there will be pleased to learn of the return of one of the brand’s favourite products: Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin.