Freixenet to make prosecco debut as cava market loses fizz Subscription

26 May 2017 | By Daniel Woolfson

Freixenet is poised to launch its own Italian sparking wine (11% abv) into Tesco in early July

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Can the Bake Off boost live on after Mary? The industry needs it to Video Subscription

23 May 2017 | By Rob Brown

The Great British Bake Off became an institution, even the Royals were rumoured to watch it. But now she’s gone the show badly needs another secret ingredient when it relaunches on C4

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Candy Kittens plans to make its portfolio vegan-friendly Subscription

26 May 2017 | By Beth Gault

The adult confectionery brand has changed manufacturer to take out the beef gelatine in its high-end sweets

Enjoy Milk

Enjoy Milk free-range brand 'still on track' insists founder Subscription

25 May 2017 | By Kevin White

Brand is in discussions with major supermarket and online retailer, and plans to launch 250 vending machines

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Princes launches UK's first MSC tuna from Western Pacific fishery Subscription

18 May 2017 | By Kevin White

The tuna is sourced from the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) fishery - the world’s largest sustainable tuna purse seine fishery 

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Nomad ups earnings expectations after promotion-driven organic sales growth Subscription

26 May 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Birds Eye and Findus owner Nomad Foods has upped its full year earnings expectations after heavy promotions in the UK drove it to a 1.1% rise in organic sales in the first quarter

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Richard Reed joins Boots UK & Ireland as trading director Subscription

19 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

Reed will start in the newly created role on 1 June

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Lavazza goes experiential with Ascot Racecourse coffee bar Subscription

17 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

Tierra bar will serve blends specially selected for racegoers such as a sweet Brazilian espresso

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Reckitt Benckiser to launch Dettol cleaning products collection Subscription

23 Mar 2017 | By Helen Gilbert

The 3X Power range comprises anti-drip gel sprays for difficult-to-clean vertical surfaces, and cleaning wipes

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Pig industry fears loss of China access after hep E reports Subscription

25 May 2017 | By Kevin White

National Pig Association CEO Zoe Davies said negative publicity created by the coverage could derail pork exports

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Walkers highlights lower fat content in Oven Baked revamp Subscription

25 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

The brand has also added a Roasted Chicken & Thyme variant

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Highland Spring gets £5m ‘Brave by Nature’ campaign Subscription

26 May 2017 | By Daniel Selwood

Running for six months, the push centres on a TV advert that will make its debut on 1 June

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A new age for space age food? Frozen food category report 2017 Video Subscription

26 May 2017 | By Daniel Selwood

Frozen food looks like it’s in a deep sleep. But as the sector aims for younger shoppers, is it set to enter a new age?

Scotland category report 2017

Roll out the barrel: Scotland category report 2017 Video Subscription

19 May 2017 | By Ellis Hawthorne

Scottish food & drink has big ambitions. Trade group Scotland Food & Drink has unveiled plans to double sector value to £30bn by 2030

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The rise of the flexitarian: meat-free category report 2017 Video Subscription

12 May 2017 | By Amy North

It’s in vogue to be veggie or vegan. Now shoppers and even some butchers and processors are dabbling in meat free

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Bread & baked goods category report 2017 Video Subscription

04 May 2017 | By Anne Bruce

With slumping sales for wrapped and fresh as well as sandwich alternatives, are bread brands doing enough to innovate?

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How high can popcorn fly? Crisps, nuts & snacks report 2017 Video Subscription

28 Apr 2017 | By Alex Wright

Popcorn is flying with take-home sales passing £100m for the first time. So what does this mean for traditional snacks?

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Can pop outrun the taxman? Soft drinks category report 2017 Video Subscription

21 Apr 2017 | By Rob Brown

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?

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Centre stage: Own-label category report 2017 Video Subscription

13 Apr 2017 | By Amy North

Own label has stolen the limelight as retailers put revamped ranges front and centre. Will brands be able to fight back?

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Up yours Cahors! Wine & champagne category report 2017 Video Subscription

12 Apr 2017 | By Hannah Stodell

Brits are turning their back on classic Old World wines, plumping for Argentinian malbecs and Kiwi sauvignon blancs

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The new face of beauty & suncare? Suncare category report 2017 Video Subscription

07 Apr 2017 | By Rob Brown, Robyn Vinter

As own-label beauty & suncare wins share, brand NPD is aiming for those ‘of a certain age’

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Big pots: the new kings of yoghurt? Yoghurts category report 2017 Video Subscription

31 Mar 2017 | By Nick Hughes

Big pot sales are up £40m as the wider sector goes sour. Why? And what does this mean for smaller pots?


New Zealand lamb prices up 44% Subscription

04 May 2017 | By Carina Perkins

New Zealand lamb prices are up 43.8% year on year due to falling breeding ewe numbers

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Beef production hike set to steady prices Subscription

04 May 2017 | By Carina Perkins

Manufacturing beef is set to become cheaper as South American herds bounce back from drought and US production boom

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Will Frankenfoods flood the market in post-Brexit US trade deal? Subscription

25 Apr 2017 | By Carina Perkins

If a US trade deal is struck, will there be a stampede of hormonal beef and a flood of chlorine-washed chicken?

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Sausages: the dosh is in posh Subscription

20 Apr 2017 | By Kevin White

The party’s over for cheap sausages after that WHO cancer report, but premium lines are doing well

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