Froghop’s Food and Food Science Blog

Allergies in babies - Grow With Iris' plant-based, free-from growing milk

Allergies in babies: Creating an alternative to cow’s milk

Posted by Froghop on 1 November 2023

Allergies in babies can be hard to manage and treat. Grow with Iris founder Amy Langfield faced this challenge when her daughter was born.

Riddim Snacks - the power of food stories

How food stories can power your food business

Posted by on 31 August 2023

Riddim Snacks is making waves in the world of vegan, free-from snacks. It also shows how food stories can inspire you and your customers.

Beauty from within food and drink products | Nutricosmetics

The rise of ‘beauty from within’ food and drink products

Posted by on 30 April 2023

The trend for ‘beauty from within’ food and drink involves using nutricosmetic products to improve skin and hair health and more.

Food product costings and inflation

Getting to grips with costs, margins and inflation

Posted by on 30 November 2022

Understanding your product costs and margins is crucial, doubly so in today’s inflationary environment.

Food product development courses, universities and placements

Food product development courses, degrees and placements

Posted by Froghop on 30 April 2021

There are many ways to start a career in food. University is one and there a few dedicated food product development courses. Find out more.

Accelerating food product development in lockdown

Posted by Froghop on 6 November 2020

Our latest video outlines ways to keeping going and even accelerating food product development in lockdown. Get our idea, tips and resources.

Boosting five-a-day with food product development

Posted by Froghop on 29 April 2019

How can food product development boost your customers’ five-a-day? Find out how to change your food or drink product to pack in more healthy ingredients.

Are startups driving new product development innovation?

Posted by Melanie Loades on 18 February 2016

Balancing innovation and speed-to-market is tough for all producers. But are startups at an advantage when it comes to new product development?