Those demanding quicker CAP reform should bear in mind the current speed of change and take into account the successful legacy of the EU's food policy, argues the European agriculture...
Gatorade has challenged a recent advertising campaign that claims that chocolate milk helps athletes to work out longer than conventional sports drinks.
Declining numbers of graduates entering the food industry is seriously threatening the sectors ability to meet the needs for further growth, warns the IFST.
Scientists in Australia have made a breakthrough in the quest to genetically engineer the perfect dairy herd by discovering how to multiply and isolate stem cells found in cow embryos.
Finnish dairy company Valio, and Germany's biggest dairy company Nordmilch eG have announced an alliance that will enable them to concentrate capacity for 'special products' like functional milks and probiotics.
Food firms are increasingly targeting the UKs value-added milk sector as they re-align their businesses and move away from commodity products, says a new report.
China is luring more and more of the world's dairy firms through a strong growth in domestic demand, says a new report, indicating European companies have some ground to catch...
Dairy dominates the cholesterol-lowering foods category in Europe, but in the US dietary supplements are almost as popular, indicates data from Mintel.
Regulators and industry representatives from across the EU yesterday wrapped up a meeting in Rotterdam debating standardised system for food labelling across the bloc.
Law firm Eversheds tells FoodNavigator why Europe's food industry needs a voice in the ongoing debate over labelling, and outlines some of the battlegrounds to come.
UK food retailers have been split by the All Party Small Shops Committee report calling for a new retail watchdog and a halt to further mergers and acquisitions pending government...
Commodity products like butter and skimmed milk powder are likely to lose out to higher value products in Europe, as the Common Agricultural Policy reform takes hold, predicts the European...
Two groups representing organic farmers are at loggerheads over the release of a new report that claims to rate the nation's organic dairy brands and products.
Food law experts at Eversheds have warned that the adoption of an industry standard for nutritional information looks increasingly unlikely.
Corn is the operative word in packaging today, with more and more processors turning to biodegradable materials made from the crop and other plants for packing their food products.
Finnish dairy company, Valio is working with Russian company Galaktika to build a new dairy facility in Russia to meet growing consumption of dairy products.
The UK food industry has been slammed by consumer groups for its rejection of an industry-wide colour-coded labelling scheme, just as consultation on a voluntary front of pack labelling scheme...
Chr Hansen is increasing the fermentation capacity of its US cultures plant by 35 per cent in order to tap potential growth in the probiotics market.
The majority of Malaysian women lack folate in their diets, raising their risk of having children with birth defects, says an independent study sponsored by dairy group Fonterra.
Nestlé, the world's biggest food firm, has taken out adverts in Saudi Arabia to refute rumours that two of its dairy products are Danish, as unlucky Arla Foods continues to...
Nationality is a dangerous brand.
US teenagers are living with the threat of osteoporosis in later life by not getting enough calcium, claims a new report that suggests supplements could help.
The European Parliament yesterday approved legislation deregulating package sizes for most pre-packed products, but excluding staple beverages and foods.
The UK dairy industry has renewed its attack on the country's competition watchdog, accusing it of unfairly targeting dairy business deals and endangering the sector's growth.
Arla Foods said its future on the key Middle East dairy market was in jeopardy, after the group stopped production for the area amid a widescale boycott on Danish products...