Cake and Pastry Manufacturing will focus on specialised, higher margin products, over the five years through 2019-20.
Calls for tighter regulation of caffeine in soft drinks has been prompted by research into caffeine and soft drink consumption.
The number of single-serve ice cream product launches has increased 22 percent in five years.
The Fraunhofer Institute has developed a new method for investigating beer and other beverages for infection by pathogens.
New research reveals that perceived gut health benefits and added probiotics are driving higher yogurt demand in China.
The past decade has seen a number of Asia Pacific packaged brands enter the global ‘Top 50 Billionaire Brands list’.
Euromonitor International has released a new report discussing the global backlash against sugar.
The biennial Australian Organic Industry report was released today, highlighting key categories that are driving significant growth results.
Innova Market Insights has released its overview of the top ten trends for global food, beverage and nutrition in 2015.
Researchers have developed a new low-cost electronic tongue designed to ensure quality in food and beverage products.
A recent study from Canadean has found that food manufacturers may be placing too much emphasis on the health category.
A study has found the majority of consumers consider seasonal food to be tastier, more cost effective and convenient to purchase.
The ARC training centre for the Australian food processing industry in the 21st Century (ARCFPTC) is set to open 4 November, 2014.
From “From Clean to Clear Label” and “Convenience for Foodies”, here’s the top trends likely to impact the food industry in 2015 and beyond.
Researchers at Technische Universität München (TUM) are researching energy-efficient ways to process milk concentrates.
Product development opportunities for high protein products are significant, however manufacturers need to overcome negative preconceptions related to the taste, Canadean.
The ABS has revealed that over the September quarter the price of food and non-alcoholic beverages has risen by 1.2 percent.
A US study has found links between the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages and brain inflammation in adolescent rats.
Consumers spent US$374 billion on snack foods globally between 2013 and 2014, representing a two percent increase year-over-year.
The seventh Tetra Pak Dairy Index indicates global dairy demand will rise by 36% by 2024, overtaking the available supply.