How the craft beer boom is shaking up the BWS aisles Subscription
Sales are set to double again in a sector with sustainable premiums and the opportunity for differentiation
Mary Berry salad dressings and Paul Hollywood part-baked bread will roll out next month
The confectionery giant’s Fawdon site is set to be among the most heavily affected by the proposed changes
Revamped packs carrying ‘Seriously’ branding began rolling out this week
The MSC said it would increase certification by focusing its efforts on ecosystems under-represented in the MSC programme
The sector is now worth almost £900m, fuelled by the popularity of selfies on social media
New research shows that only one in every 400 coffee cups are recycled, so why is the government allowing this ’latte litter let-off’?
The 3X Power range comprises anti-drip gel sprays for difficult-to-clean vertical surfaces, and cleaning wipes
Tesco defends trials of Argentinian and Wagyu beef Subscription
The NFU has criticised Tesco for extending supply chains
How high can popcorn fly? Crisps, nuts & snacks report 2017 Video Subscription
Popcorn is flying with take-home sales passing £100m for the first time. So what does this mean for traditional snacks?
Can pop outrun the taxman? Soft drinks category report 2017 Video Subscription
Spreadsheet Phil is gunning for fizzy pop as he lines up the sugar levy. So who’ll pay the most and how can brands cut their tax bill?
Centre stage: Own-label category report 2017 Video Subscription
Own label has stolen the limelight as retailers put revamped ranges front and centre. Will brands be able to fight back?
Up yours Cahors! Wine & champagne category report 2017 Video Subscription
Brits are turning their back on classic Old World wines, plumping for Argentinian malbecs and Kiwi sauvignon blancs
The new face of beauty & suncare? Suncare category report 2017 Video Subscription
As own-label beauty & suncare wins share, brand NPD is aiming for those ‘of a certain age’
Big pots: the new kings of yoghurt? Yoghurts category report 2017 Video Subscription
Big pot sales are up £40m as the wider sector goes sour. Why? And what does this mean for smaller pots?
Very much open for business: IFE Preview 2017 Video Subscription
IFE 2017 is a chance to gauge the export market post Brexit vote, and to check out all the best NPD
Water margin: Bottled water category report 2017 Video Subscription
Bottled water sales are up 7% in a sector where people are happy to pay a premium
Let's play: Toys & collectables category report 2017 Video Subscription
Five Nights at Freddy’s is storming the toy world, but it’s not the only one making waves as the mults battle Amazon
A square meal bottled: Dairy drinks category report 2017 Video Subscription
Dairy drinks are muscling in on space previously dominated by pop with nutritionally rich products
Will Brexit net a better deal for British fisheries? Subscription
Given the multilateral trading complexities, can an alternative to CFP keep skippers, consumers and green warriors happy?
Brazil meat scandal disrupts exports Subscription
Strong Brazilian beef exports pushed prices higher in the first half of March
Dude food: Barbecue category report 2017 Video Subscription
Burgers have overtaken sausages as the barbie’s most popular meat, with posh patties and stacked toppings now de rigueur
The winds of change could be set to blow through the UK food sector’s regulatory landscape over the coming months