These are all the posts that have been tagged with sugar.
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.
Here is your weekly round-up of sweets and snacks news from our sister site, Sweets and Savoury Snacks World.
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.
Equipment: Process control and automation Ingredients: Inclusions, sugar and sweetners Packaging: Wrapping technology/materials Product focus: Extruded confectionery Show issue: Gulfood Manufacturing Supplier profiles
California Raisins hosted the National Dried Fruit Trade Association (NDFTA) biennial conference on 22 September at The Roof Gardens, Kensington, London.
PureCircle has launched its Sigma-Xcelerator tool, designed to provide ingredient combinations that maximise product taste as well as facilitate sugar reduction, speed to market, cost and solubility.
Flexible packaging sales for sugar and chocolate confectionery in Europe were broadly unchanged last year, a new report suggests.
CSM Bakery Solutions and 3D Systems Corporation are joining forces to develop a range of 3D printers for the food industry to create designs with ingredients including sugar.
Britain is in danger of losing the confectionery skills that have satisfied the nation’s sweet tooth for generations, according to one confectionery consultant.
Earlier this week, I visited the Speciality & Fine Food Fair at Olympia, London, which was a treat for all the senses. I’d heard good things about the show, but with it being my first time, I was keen to speak to exhibitors about their new product developments.
The use of stevia in food and beverage products is expanding rapidly, new research suggests, with sugar and gum confectionery among the categories posting the highest growth rates.
As Brexit talks intensify, concerns about the cost, size and quality of chocolate in the UK are growing.