What does 20 years of experience tell us about what it takes to get a product off the ground and into the hands of consumers.
As 2017 ends, we hope you get to stop and think about what you want to achieve next year. Here’s what we think food producers should be pondering for 2018.
The UK Sugar Tax on drinks comes into force in April 2018. What it will mean for food producers and what are your options?
The market for alternative proteins is growing, driving innovation and attracting investment. It also presents opportunities and challenges for producers.
Presenting claims about your product can make a big difference to sales. However, it’s vital that the words you don’t mislead the consumer.
Recent research into clean label products suggests that a majority of people are prepared to pay more for food or drink made with ingredients they trust.
High protein is in high demand and plant protein sources are becoming increasingly well-used. Find out more about developing high-protein foods.
Producers launching a new product can struggle to find the right balance between quality and longevity. So how should you approach shelf life testing?
From December 2016, comprehensive nutrition labelling will be mandatory for all pre-packed foods in the UK. What do you need to know about it?
Taste is the most obvious of the sensory properties of food. However, smell, sound, texture and appearance can all have a dramatic impact your food product.