These are all the posts that have been tagged with sugar.
China’s sugar confectionery market is declining while health concerns are boosting the country’s functional candy sector, according to new research.
Kellogg’s has become the latest company to cut the amount of sugar in its snack products sold in the UK, by changing the recipe for three of its cereal and milk bars.
Ingredients business Tate & Lyle has introduced 17 new non-GMO starches with the same functionality as their original versions for use in products including sugar free cakes.
Yet again sugar is hitting the headlines. Over the last week, we’ve reported on a series of announcements from pledges to offer smaller packages and clear calorie labelling to calls for the UK soft drinks levy to be extended to confectionery.
Action on Sugar has today (12 May) released its six-point manifesto, in which it calls on the next government to extend the soft drinks levy to confectionery.
Two thirds of UK consumers believe the new soft drink sugar tax also applies to sweets/sugared confectionery, new research suggests.
UK-based Mood Foods has unveiled updated packaging for its Ombar chocolate range, launched bigger sized bars and added a new flavour.
UK ingredients specialist Cobell has revealed it is exploring ways of using fruit and vegetable juices to provide a similar taste to sugar.
While a lot of the anti sugar movement in the mainstream press has focused on the large amount of sugar in products, the cost of food has largely been left out, finds a new Euromonitor report.
Pulse Flexible Packaging has appointed Jonny Marston and Howard Smith from KPMG as joint administrators as the company ceases production.
Healthy snacking is on the rise in China, with Chinese consumers eating more nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, vegetables and dairy based snacks, new research shows, while more than a quarter of them are eating less chocolate confectionery.