Public Health England has laid down the gauntlet to food producers: cut calories by 20 per cent by 2024. What does it mean and what can you do?
Food industry events are a great way to boost your knowledge and network or get your product noticed. Here’s our selection of the best events for 2018.
Multiple factors are creating demand for healthy alternatives. However, making existing food products healthier is an opportunity as well as a challenge.
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?
Food-on-the-go is a dynamic category and we saw lots of interesting trends at Lunch! 2017. Check the products that caught our eye and tickled our tastebuds.
The market for alternative proteins is growing, driving innovation and attracting investment. It also presents opportunities and challenges for producers.
A preference for ‘natural’ foods is a key recent trend in the food sector. But what does natural mean for when applied to food product development?
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.
The 2017 Food and Drink Report from BDO paints a mixed picture of the food industry but Brexit, automation and new product development clearly dominate.